NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover has sent color photographs and a selfie for the first time from Mars. The photos were shared by NASA on social media late on Friday night. Helicopter Helicopter, which went to Mars with Perseverance, has also sent its first report to NASA. “Everything is fine here after landing,” the helicopter said.
The report, sent by Ingunity, also provides information on the temperature of Mars. The night temperature there was minus 90 degrees Celsius, the report said. The Perseverance rover landed in an 820-foot deep crater called Jeziro on Mars on Thursday (Friday morning Indian Standard Time). Now he has also sent a selfie taken there. A photo of Mars and this selfie were shared from Rover’s social media account. Its caption reads, ‘Hello world, my first look out of my usual home’ written in another post ‘Another scene is behind me. Welcome to Jeziro. ‘ It is believed that there was once water in the Jeziro well. It was the most dangerous part of the landing, but the process started late at night between Thursday and Friday and passed smoothly. This six-wheeled robotic rover has traveled 47 crore kilometers in seven months to reach Mars.