It is time to mark your calendars as NASA is going to launch its Rover to Red planet. This time the mechanism and technique used by NASA can only be described as in the video. To explain the process, NASA has launched a one-minute long animated video trailer that sums up all the details related to the mission. When you watch the trailer, you will understand the whole process of the mission in an easy manner.
With the latest space missions all across the globe, people are more interested in these programs as watching these interplanetary launches is fun and gives a lot of information. Perseverance is the new rover launched by NASA, with a traveling friend named Ingenuity – a helicopter. This time the rover is not alone to get the information, but its buddy is also along to make the best results out this time. Space will take almost 7 months to reach Mars.
This is the first time in the Mars mission a small “Mars Helicopter “will go with the Rover. If this helicopter is successful, it will be the first human vehicle to ever take-off from the surface and take off in the Martian skies. As per the reports, Perseverance will land on Red planet, on February 18, 2021, in a thrilling area known as Jezero Crater; it is a place that once contained huge water, thought to be a very old river delta.
Mars 2020 is a Mars rover mission scheduled to start this week on 30 July 2020 at 11:50 UTC, and it will take approx 7 months to reach Planet and on 18 Feb it will just take seven minutes to touch down in Jezero crater on Mars on 18 February 2021. For this huge mission, NASA is welcoming the people to take part in several activities that are planned before the space mission launch.
Moreover, for this mission, the live reporting and countdown explanation will start at 7 a.m. EDT (4 a.m. PDT) on NASA Television and the agency’s website. If you are too love these space missions, then you can also switch to your YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Twitch, and Daily Motion channels and can enjoy the live launch of this MARS 2020.
Along with the social media coverage of the mission, NASA is going to perform a number of events following the launch. The procedures presently are listed to air live are:
- On July 22 Wednesday, 3 P.M
Perseverance Mars Rover and the Search for Ancient Life- NASA Science Live:
- On Monday, July 27, 1 P.M
Mars 2020 Pre-Launch News Conference
- On Monday, July 27, 3 P.M
Mission Engineering/Science Briefing on Mars 2020
- Tuesday, July 28, 2 P.M
Mars 2020 Mars Sample Return Briefing
- Tuesday, July 28, 4 P.M
Mission Tech and Humans to Mars Briefing- Mars 2020
- Thursday, July 30, 7 P.M.
Mars 2020 Perseverance launch broadcast and at 11:30 A.M there will be a conference meet on Mars 2020 Perseverance post-launch news conference.
Mars 2020 Perseverance is one of the biggest missions that include a human examination of the Red Planet. With this mission, NASA has plans to next man to the Moon by 2024, which shows evidence of prehistoric microbial existence on Mars. This time the rover will gather samples of soil and rock after its seven-month journey, which helps to know the weather and geology of the Red planet.
According to NASA Associate Administrator for Communications Bettina Inclán -“More than 112,000 people registered to be our virtual guests for NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 test flight launch in May, which was the first time the agency had offered this type of launch experience to the public,”. “For our Mars 2020 Perseverance rover launch, we hope even more people will join us as we #CountdownToMars”- NASA Associate Administrator added.
If you want to take part in this mission, you can register on the site of NASA and stay tuned with the latest details on the historic event every time.