NASA’s Mars 2020 persistence Rover launch to Mars


NASA’s Mars 2020 persistence of Land Rover launched its epic mission to the Red Planet.

The Rover launched into space atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket at 7:50 EDT from Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Rover brought right to the start of the task’s launch window, it has been the plan of the Earth and Mars in perfect alignment. Lifted by 2 million pounds of thrust, it took a rocket 5 seconds to clear the launch tower at Cape Canaveral.

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“We are in contact with the spacecraft, everything’s nominal,”Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA’s assistant administrator for the Mission Directorate, told the NASA TV shortly after the start. The successful launch, he said,”like punch a hole in the sky”.

This photo, provided by NASA, a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launch Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, April 30, 2020, in Cape Canaveral, Florida NASA's perseverance to blow up the previous Atlas V rocket on Thursday morning. This is the first step in an ambitious project to bring the first Martian rock samples returned to earth for analysis evidence of ancient life.

This photo, provided by NASA, a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launch Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, April 30, 2020, in Cape Canaveral, Florida NASA’s perseverance to blow up the previous Atlas V rocket on Thursday morning. This is the first step in an ambitious project to bring the first Martian rock samples returned to earth for analysis evidence of ancient life.
(Joel Kowsky/NASA via AP)

The journey to Mars will take seven months. Rover plans to land on Mars’Jezero crater last month 18, 2021. The mission duration in the Red Planet’s surface is at least one Martian year, or about 687 days.

A Mars Helicopter also transported to the flow station. Is called wisdom, the helicopter will be the first aircraft to attempt powered flight on another planet.

In its time on Mars, Perseverance vehicles will search for evidence of ancient life on the Red Planet.

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Mars is looming large some of the other countries. For example, China recently launched its Astro-1 mission to the Rover on Mars.

This illustration depicts NASA's perseverance vehicles operating on the surface of Mars.

This illustration depicts NASA’s perseverance vehicles operating on the surface of Mars.
(NASA/JPL-Caltech)

The United Arab Emirates has also recently launched its Amal Orbiter of the Red Planet. Amal, which is Arabic hope, will not be landing on Mars, but the Arab world’s first interplanetary mission.

To date, the United States has been the only country to successfully put a spacecraft on Mars, and do it eight times. Two NASA Landers transported there, insights and curiosities. The other six spacecraft are exploring Earth orbit: three U.S., two European, and one from India.

NASA’s long-term goal is to send a manned mission to Mars in 2030. However, the former astronaut Buzz Aldrin said he thought the later target date of 2040 is more realistic. In an interview, in 2016, Gemini12 and Apollo 11 astronaut says Fox News, by 2040, the astronauts can visit Mars’moon Phobos, which can be used as a stepping stone to the Red Planet.

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Set in this context, the persistence of the car will make a historic scientific experiment, when it reaches Mars. Chris Carberry, CEO of Explore Mars, a non-profit organization that aims to advance the purpose of sending people to Mars in the next twenty years, called Fox News, adhere to a mission of many first. “It will collect samples from the Martian surface, will be collected this decade it will be the first Mars samples once returned to earth,”he explained. “Perseverance for a test called Moses(Mars Oxygen ISRU experiment) will be trying for the first time the manufacture of the oxygen-carbon dioxide atmosphere of Mars-to prove whether future explorers will be able to’place of residence’on Mars.”

Fox News’Chris regarded Ciaccia, David Aaro and The Associated Press has this report.

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