Nasa Mars rover: The perseverance robot launches to detect life on the Red Planet – Life on Mars – Newshour
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The US robot, a space-based Perseverance agency has left Earth determined to try to find life on Mars.
1000 KG, six-wheeled rover was launched out of Florida by the Atlas rocket by way of crossing the Red Planet in February the following year.
When it falls, the NASA robot will once again collect samples of rock and soil to be sent home later in the decade.
Persistence is the third goal passed to Mars within 11 days, after being introduced by the UAE and China.
Nasa performs this function as one of the most important activities in the case of the coronavirus, establishing special functions to ensure that tolerance meets the deadline.
Persistence is targeted at a vessel over 40km, near the equator called the Jezero Crater.
Rocks: Scientists say the rock formations in this area are a good opportunity to preserve evidence that things that happened in small things in the past – if they really existed on Earth.
Duration: Persistence will take at least one Martian year (equivalent to nearly two Earth years) to investigate the possibility.
Unlike the previous four rovers that Nasa sent to Mars, its new device is equipped with direct access to life, either current or in form.
Evidence they find will likely prove to be inconclusive, which is why researchers want to return whatever Preseverance they find at home to in-depth analysis of what only the world’s laboratories can do.
The rover will therefore incorporate its very amazing rock discovery into smaller tubes. Several mixing of future activities will begin later in the decade to try to obtain these samples.
In addition to research into the creation of the earth and the search for life, there is an emphasis on human exploration of the future.
The Moxie tool will be used to make oxygen from the atmosphere controlled by Mars’ carbon; and there are even samples of spacesuit objects placed inside to see how they cope with the dynamic nature of the earth.
How does persistence fit into the broader goals of Mars?
We know from the quest for early life on Earth that the evidence from time to time is contradictory.
Therefore, even if endurance stumbles on a rock that seems to have been designed by Martha’s ancient biology, it will probably require confirmation from Earth’s analytical tools that are much higher than the smaller versions of the rover.
That’s why Perseverance’s most important task will be to put a pack of its most interesting rocks in a small amount of steel and leave them on the ground in the Jezero Crater.
NASA and the European Space Agency (Isa) intend to retrieve the tubes with two more machines planned to leave Earth by 2026.
It is an amazing task involving a second rover, a Mars rocket and a large satellite to send sample tubes home, to find them here in 2031. “You could argue that what we’re going to try to do is as complex as the arrival of Apollo Moon – considering the complexity of the robots involved,” David Parker, director of human testing and robotics at Esa, told BBC News.