This observation, however, was accidental. Was not. The genius team was asked to film a perseverance landing gear to assist in a joint project to return a prototype of Mars from NASA and the European Space Agency, which plans to land the material collected by the persistent astronaut on schedule, possibly in early 2033. "With cameras that keep everything from opening the parachute," said Ian Clark, a former system engineer on the Endurance Mission mission and now on the ascent phase of the Mars prototype Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) mission. "Rescue showed up to land on Mars, perseverance had the best documentary in the history of landing on Mars."
" It would be amazing if these images would reinforce our current perspective on the proper functioning of systems, or even provide a set of engineering data that we can use to plan the return of a sample from Mars. And even if they do not, the images are still amazing and inspiring. "
The back cover of the persistent astronaut
Also survive a short but burning journey through the Martian atmosphere. The mission's 21.5-meter-wide ultrasonic parachute was the largest parachute ever used on Mars, and it significantly reduced the astronaut's landing speed, eventually being lowered to the surface by a cable-mounted skyscraper.
Now, as the full health of perseverance and genius shows, the back shield and parachute did their job well. Preliminary analysis of the genius photographs shows that the landing gear was very well maintained despite the many stresses it had endured. The dorsal crust is fragmented, but it is not surprising given that it hit the surface of Mars at 126 km/h on the day of landing.
JPL officials wrote: The dorsal remains intact during the process of entering the Martian atmosphere. "Many of the 80 strong suspension lines that attach the back shell to the parachute are visible and look healthy." It does not show damage caused by ultrasonic airflow when opened. However, a few weeks of analysis are needed to announce the final result.
Overview of the crash site of the persistent rover's protective
shield and parachute
Various 10 photos of the back shell and umbrella were saved. The helicopter flew 360 meters on this flight and climbed to a height of 8 meters. "The genius did a lot of maneuvering to get the photos he needed, but we were confident in his ability because he also did complex maneuvers on flights 10, 12 and 13," said Hvard Grip, senior genius pilot. The 26th Red Planet genius Flight took place on the one-year anniversary of the first motorized flight to another planet, marking a historic event. genius is a technology show originally designed for a five-flight mission to explore aerial exploration of Mars. But powerful performance has extended the mission so far, and the aerial reconnaissance continues to push the boundaries of flight on the Red Planet and serve as a pioneer for the mission's scientific goals.
- Watch the historic flight of the genius helicopter in the Martian atmosphere
Perseverance has recently reached the remains of a river delta that existed billions of years ago at the bottom of the tropics. The probe itself had a distant view of the relics it had placed on Mars as it moved toward the Delta. Mars rover team to study and sample this area which may be evidence of life An archetype on Mars is exciting, and genius that has not yet fully reached its region will be a big part of that effort.
Determine the next route of perseverance through one of the two dried-up river canals to climb to the top of the delta.
Updating the mission stated: Perseverance helps to assess potential scientific goals. "It may even be used to photograph far-flung Martian features that the astronaut does not have access to, or to search for landing sites and places on the surface that have the potential for sampling."
Cover Photo: A Close Look Heat shield genius and
parachute perseverance landing on Mars
Sources: Space, SciTechDaily