NASA's Mars Mission: The Perseverance rover covers 21 feet at the surface

NASA's Mars Mission: The Perseverance rover covers 21 feet at the surface
NASA's Perseverance Rover started a new discovery while walking on the surface of the Red Planet. The rover traveled 21 feet in its first test campaign. Two weeks after landing on Mars, the Perseverance Rover is on a mission to explore the potential for life on this planet.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, shared photos of the probe's operating accident at a press conference. This rover has been seen moving back and forth for about 33 minutes with great ease. After that, it returned to its place with a 150-degree turn.

NASA chief scientist Katie Stack Morgan described it as a milestone, saying the rover still had to undergo many technical tests. But once her rubber wheels start rolling, we can consider ourselves lucky. This spacecraft is also expected to take several pictures of the surface of the Red Planet next week. Engineer Anis Zarfian said, "I am very happy to see the rover in action with its wheel markings, as this is a great achievement in the campaign."

Engineer Anis Zarfian, who tested the dynamics of the rover at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said the mission was a milestone for our team. He also said that we will soon go on a long journey, that's just the beginning.

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