The US Space Agency (NASA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (ESA) shared a video simulation of the process of returning the Mars sample to Earth.
The 106-length video describes a highly complex Mars Sample Retarn (MSR) mission, starting with a spacecraft wrapped in a protective shell to reach Mars, delivered by Space 1/12.
NASA’s Perseverance self-propelled robot that landed on a red table in February 2021 is gathering samples. Perseverance will stand by NASA’s MSR lander, descending from the ground, and land nearby.
Perseverance will approach the landing station, transfer the precious blood samples to the sample collection on the station. After that, the sample will be launched into Mars orbit by a three-stage rocket. The rocket’s fourth stage will meet ESA’s MSR orbiter.
Next, the ship ignited the engine and returned to Earth. At the end of the video is the process of magnifying the Earth’s orbit of the specimen that took place just before the census.
The video was created with contributions from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Goddard Space Flight Center, Marsall Space Flight Center, and ESA. The removal does not refer to the Genenity-like helicopter kit with additional robotic arms that can be used to collect specimens dropped on the ground by Perseverance.
This is a backup plan that NASA can come to the table to perform the MSR mission in case the robot cannot get close to the lander. The previous plan to include a robot to take samples of the tree was abandoned.
It is expected that the MSR lander, Mars rocket and ESA orbiter will launch around 2028, land on Mars in 2031 and return to Earth in 2033.
15 years of Mars, what can NASA get?
Since it touched the Earth 15 years ago, NASA’s Mars Orbiter Probe has measured our odds of the Reds, including the totality of dust storms, temperature, and surface elevation.
Strange avalanche on Mars – Image: NASA JPL
The American space agency (NASA) has just shared the 15 years of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbator (MRO)’s 15 years of operation on Mars.
Mars is the fourth moon from the Sun in the Solar System. It is often called by another name “Red Dandelion” because on its surface there is a lot of iron oxide that makes its surface appear red with a characteristic red color.
Previous theories have suggested that Mars is a landmass with a thin, rough surface with features similar to those seen on the Moon and volcanoes, valleys, and deserts. There are ice caps at the poles like Earth.
Due to many similar geologic features, along with the rotation period and the frequency of seasons on Mars, it is similar to that of Earth, so this number is the most promising and the number 1 object of the search list. Extraterrestrial habitat for humans.
An image of a sand vortex that is strangely detected at a distance of 297 km from the surface of Mars – Image: NASA JPL
The first public flight over Mars was by NASA’s Marsner 4 in 1965.
Since then, there have been many spacecraft, orbiters, landers, and self-propelled robots sent by the Soviet Union, the United States, Japan, Japan … to Mars located on the surface, signed by the Soviet Union. and topography.
The “sand ripples” on the surface of Mars – Photo: NASA JPL
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbator (MRO) was launched into space in August 2005 and entered Mars orbit in March 2006.
In November of the same year, this ship began its mission of capturing the surface of the earth and tracking the different types of the New Year’s Eve in the database to collect the data. capacity, prepare for a manned flight to Mars in the future.
Crater on Mars. It is possible to detect a large collision that has taken place on the surface of Mars – Image: NASA JPL
The MRO is fitted with three cameras: One fisheye sealed tube, one to capture black and white terrain covering approximately 30 km, and a high resolution camera of the same level of difficulty. the truth about Mars.
This camera has also provided images of other NASA spacecrafts to Mars, the eight-pointed spacecraft Coral and Opportinty, the Mars satellite Paobos, and the Earth’s satellite.
One of Mars’ three satellites, Poobos, was discovered by the ’RiSE’ camera in 2008 – Photo: NASA JPL
From 2006 to the beginning of August 2020, the RiSE camera alone captured 6,882,204 images, generating 194 terabytes of data sent from Mars.
Over the past 15 years, real disasters have included a giant avalanche, a dust cloud in the sky, and other features of the falling landscape, which has combined to become the world’s largest planet. we thought.
This is a map of the Opportanty Mars probe on June 10, 2018, before it lost contact in a dust storm – Photo: NASA JPL
One of the most impressive images from Mars was the red-filled avalanche on a cliff in May 2019 due to seasonal melting of the spring ice.
Every spring, the Sun lights up the North Pole’s surface in Red, warm temperatures destabilize the ice, causing ice and dust to melt.
This title reveals much of the ice and dust that has deposited along its surface in other Martian epochs.
Like the rings of a tree, each layer of ice has a story to tell about the fall of the Martian environment.
Dust storms are also common on Mars, so you’ll only be in small areas and don’t make a dramatic impact. Only once or thrice in a decade, a series of storms in the region create a ’domo response’ that has led to a total coverage of this disaster.
This image shows the appearance of the elemental plates on the flanks of Mars. These streaks occur in other regions at the same point in the high year that the Martian surface has seasonal fluctuations – Image: NASA JPL
According to the authors, the land and space of the planet Mars changes according to the report, so having a planet on Mars in just 15 years offers a unique, unbiased perspective on this planet.
Before the MRO project was launched, it was not clear why there were any issues. The authors think that the atmosphere is so thin that the water will not have sand movement, or that there is a climax that has occurred in the past.
The complaints about the black spots on the equator and the ripples in the sand dunes on the surface of the planet Mars have been sent back by the high seasonal electricity that the MRO has sent back, preventing the meteor from falling.
On the left is a picture of Mars taken by the MRO before the 2018 dust storm covered the entire planet, on the right is when the storm happened – Photo: NASA JPL
In July 2020, NASA launched the eight-point Mars 2020 Perseverance mission into space, and it is expected that this ship and the automated helicopter will crash down the Jezero crater in 2021 to search for signs of life on the shelves. ancient Mars.
This is NASA’s fifth self-propelled instrument since the United States began eight Mars points.