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NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has posted a stunning black-and-white image of the Red Planet, and sheds new light on how empty it is.
Posted on NASA’s Mars Exploration web site, the photo was taken in the interest of the 2,574 th Martian day, and when it is further examination of the Central District, is a rock structure in the middle of it and a part of the Gale Crater, which is estimated to be € 3.5 billion and 3.8 billion years ago.
“The rover is a bit farther away from the side of the hill, and the goal is to characterize the different kinds of units that we will be able to detect it,” NASA wrote on its website. “The Navcam image shows the working area (the area on the right side at the front end of the rover’s arm can be reached) and for our weekend plans.”
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One day, for Curiosity, he approached the Central part of the West, and snapped a picture of that Fox-5 in DC and described it as “scary.”
August, 2019 at the latest, marked Curiosity ” s seventh anniversary on the Red Planet. Ever since it landed on the martian surface in 2012, but it has a number of significant discoveries, including the finding of “very high” levels of methane, and has a “shiny” object, likely a meteorite.
In Aug. 5 blog post, NASA said that the Curiosity was to explore the Gale Crater, and the revelation of the secrets of the clay-bearing unit, which is the use of the tool in order to drill into the Martian soil.
The Red Planet once had a very wet floor covered with a wide-ranging rivers and streams. Water is the lifeblood of our planet, but it is unclear whether or not Mars ever supported (or support) of life.
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NASA is hoping that Curiosity, which “still has a few more years before the nuclear power system is degraded enough to significantly restrict the activities that can provide additional information regarding the planet prior to the launch of the Mars 2020 rover mission.
In November, NASA announced that it has been chosen for the location of the Mars-2020 and land rover on the Red Planet. The rover is expected to march on Nov. 18, 2021. NASA’s long-term goal is to have a manned mission to Mars in the 2030s.
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Fox News’ James Rogers contributed to this story.