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The NASA endurance rover is celebrating its one year anniversary on the Red Planet

The NASA endurance rover is celebrating its one year anniversary on the Red Planet

It has been a year since the endurance rover entered Mars to examine evidence of life on the Red Planet, and NASA is celebrating its rover 's first anniversary in the early hours of Saturday, February 20 at 00:30 .

The Perseverance rover successfully landed on the surface of Mars on February 20, 2016 at 00:25 AM and made its mission at the mouth of the "tide", which is thought to have been the site of a large lake and the possibility of discovery. There are many signs of life in it, he began.

Since the summer of this year, Endurance has been preparing for its most important mission, which is to send the first stone sample to Earth . After a failed attempt, the NASA rover finally managed to send its collected samples from the surface of Mars to Earth, where there was evidence of water on the Red Planet .

NASA will be holding a similar event on YouTube early Saturday morning (00:30) where members of the Mars 2020 rope program team will talk about endurance and future missions.

Along with the endurance rover on Mars; Helicopter helicopter

Endurance rover

Although endurance has attracted a lot of attention, it should be noted that the NASA rover did not begin its journey alone.

Immediately after landing the endurance, NASA's "genius" helicopter became the first aircraft to fly to another planet on April 30, 1400 , accompanying the endurance rover on NASA missions. NASA helicopters have flown 18 successful flights to Mars so far, and its flight number 19 was recently delayed due to unfavorable weather conditions.

With much better performance than expected, the genius has provided NASA with important data and experience on how to work with drones on another planet, which will be crucial to the agency's future reconnaissance mission, Dragonfly. In this mission, NASA intends to send its helicopter to the surface of Titan, the largest moon of the planet Saturn , in 2034



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