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NASA images the remnants of the parachute that landed the Perseverance rover on Mars

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 The US Aerospace Agency's (NASA) reconnaissance helicopter Ingenuity on Mars has viewed the remains of the parachute used during the Perseverance rover's descent to the red planet.
The images show the remains of the parachute used during the Perseverance rover's descent to Mars.

In the statement, it was stated that the parts of the parachute were intact.

During the landing in February 2021, it was shared that the parachute, which left its load with a very soft landing, hit the surface of Mars at a speed of about 125 kilometers.

NASA said analysis of the images could help provide insight for future missions to Mars.


The Perseverance rover, built at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California and powered by plutonium fuel, landed on Mars on February 18, 2021, about 7 months after launching on July 30, 2020.

For the realization of Perseverance's new mission on the Red Planet, which has the most advanced technological features among the vehicles sent to Mars, 2.4 billion dollars was spent on infrastructure works, and 300 million dollars was spent on the system that makes it possible to land and operate the vehicle.



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