The space race is back and it's turning red. NASA has just successfully launched another mission. Perseverance is the most important rover sent to the red planet so far.
The goal of the Perseverance rover is to collect as much information as possible about Mars. It is to collect soil, soil and sediment samples that may contain traces of life. NASA equipped the rover with a dozen or so modern cameras and cameras. Thanks to them, it will be possible to record everything that the rover sees in unprecedented resolution and quality.
But that's not all. Perdeverance has a built-in laser that will allow you to analyze the chemical composition of the red planet. There is also a helicopter on it. NASA will try to make the first flight on an alien planet.
The rover is to come back to us, but it will not be very soon. The flight itself will take 7 months, and the rover is expected to land in Jezero Crater on February 18, 2021.
If you want to see the start, you can watch it below: