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The first 100 days of the presence of the endurance astronaut on the Red Planet

۱۰۰ روز اول حضور مریخ‌نورد استقامت در سیاره سرخ به روایت تصویر

NASA’s endurance astronaut arrived on Mars several months ago and is looking for signs of life as well as a study of the red planet’s past climate. In this article, we want to take a look at the 100 days spent on this planet.

Ever since the endurance astronaut set foot on the Red Planet, it has captured fascinating images of it and sent it to Earth. The probe landed at the mouth of the Jizro and carried a small helicopter called the Genius, which sent aerial images of Mars to enthusiasts and, of course, space scientists.

Genius is the first human achievement to fly to another planet, and this helicopter has been able to fly on this planet several times.

Take a look at Some attractive pictures We will have this NASA probe on Mars for 100 days.

On April 7, the endurance astronaut used Watson’s camera to capture this selfie next to a genius helicopter. The image you see is actually a combination of 62 separate images that are connected to each other.
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A few days ago, genius was established under endurance.
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This 1.8 kg helicopter represents the technology for air transport in the dilute atmosphere of Mars.
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On April 20, genius made its first flight to Mars, and man was able to fly to another planet. The genius seen in the center of this image was 3 meters away from the surface and floated in the air for several seconds.
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Genius took his first colorful aerial image on the second flight. This helicopter was 5 meters away from the surface.
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In the third flight, genius took on the image of endurance. The small helicopter was 85 centimeters away from the probe and was flying at a height of 5 meters. One of the legs of genius can be seen in the corner of the image.
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On May 6, Genius reached its highest altitude of 10 meters and flew 129 meters to reach the new landing point.
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Two months earlier, the astronaut had experienced his first stamina in the Jizero crater. This 1-ton probe has a lot of advanced equipment to collect information about the state of Mars.
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Endurance is equipped with a laser to collect data from Martian geology, and while examining this 15 cm rock, it left several holes on it.
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The astronaut is equipped with several cameras, the image above was taken by the right eye of the Mastcam-Z, one of a pair of cameras to provide stereo vision similar to the human eye.
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This image, taken by the left Mastcam-Z camera, was voted the best image of the sixth week of the endurance mission.
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This image shows Santa Cruz Hill, 2.5 km from the astronaut. The whole scene is at the mouth of the Jizro.

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