(Cape Canaveral) NASA scientists will finally try to allow the rover this Thursday Perseverance To land on the surface of the planet Mars.
When this step is taken, the technique of Perseverance Attempts at a number of experiments, including collecting soil samples and bringing them back to Earth. NASA hopes to advance human knowledge on the possibility of being able to live on the red planet three or four billion years ago.
Arrival Perseverance After seven months of space travel to Mars, it will be controlled from the NASA Laboratory, Jet Population Laboratory in Pasadena, California. With a distance of 3.9 million kilometers between the two planets, the signal confirming the successful landing of the six-wheeler takes more than eleven minutes to be verified on Earth.
Perseverance The largest and most technologically advanced rover ever launched by NASA.
Farah Alibe, a NASA aerospace engineer from Montreal, is part of the team that pilots the rover from the Pasadena Lab.
The European Space Agency is working with NASA on this project to bring back samples from the Martian soil.
Chris Herd, a professor of science at the University of Alberta, is one of the people responsible for analyzing those models. Perseverance Tries to cut and bring back to earth.