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Perseverance captures the first sights and sounds of a landing on Mars – Australian Defence Magazine

Last Friday, NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Mars, where it has begun its two-year mission to search the planet for signs of ancient life….

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Last Friday, NASAs Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Mars, where it has begun its two-year mission to search the planet for signs of ancient life.
On Monday, NASA released high-definition vision of Perseverances dynamic final descent towards Jezero Crater, captured by a series of video cameras onboard the spacecraft.
The footage begins 11 kilometres above the surface and chronicles the entirety of the spacecrafts seven minutes of terror: the moment of parachute inflation; the separation…

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