The so-called”seven minutes of terror” elapsed without incident, and once it was all over the Perseverance Mars rover was gradually touched down on the surface of the Red Planet. Its arrival brings the entire surface inhabitants of Earth-made property vehicles to 2, with Perseverance linking the Curiosity rover.
You’ve already seen what the landing seemed like from inside mission control. However, this recently released 360-level video from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory places you right there at the middle of the activity. Hit play and drag the video about to peer into every corner of the mission control area. Read more. . .More about Nasa, Mars, Perseverance, Science, and Space