NASA launched its latest Mars mission yesterday with rover Perseverance .and helicopter Ingenuity, now on their way to the red planet. Several images of the launch have already been released but the ones we are showing you today are special. These are aerial images taken from the skies. The show the NASA rocket in the sky with a smoke .trail all the way down to the earth. A spaceflight photographer by the name John Kraus posted these images on Twitter.
NASA propelled its most recent Mars crucial with meanderer Perseverance and helicopter Ingenuity, presently on their way to the red planet. A few pictures of the dispatch have just been discharged yet the ones we are giving you today are extraordinary. These are airborne pictures taken from the skies. The show the NASA rocket in the sky with a smoke trail right down to the earth. A spaceflight picture taken by the name John Kraus posted these pictures on Twitter.
The US space agency NASA said that the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover spacecraft, which is on its way to the Red Planet looking for signs of ancient. life and gathering samples to send back to Earth, is safe and on its way despite experiencing some technical difficulties.
The rover was launched on Thursday by the Ingenuity. Mars helicopter onboard the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The rover control team provided telemetry or accurate spacecraft. data from the spacecraft and was also able to send commands to the spacecraft, according to Matt Wallace, Deputy Project Manager of the Mission. The team, based at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, has verified that the spacecraft is well on its way to Mars.