Kathmandu. The US space agency’s (NASA) Mars mission has been successful. This is the first time NASA has achieved this success after a long test. As part of this mission, the Perseverance Rover landed on Mars on Friday.
According to NASA, the spacecraft landed on the surface of Mars at 2:40 a.m. Nepali time on Friday. As soon as it landed on Mars, the spacecraft sent the first picture.
The mission was launched 10 years ago with the aim of finding the possibility of life on Mars. The campaign has finally paid off.
According to NASA, the spacecraft landed on the Jezero crater. It is also mentioned that the vehicle will send information about the crater.
He will be drilling local rocks for the next two years, as well as looking for evidence of past life there.
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