NASA scientists sent the Curiosity rover to carry out various studies of the Martian soil But above all, find out if the planet has the conditions necessary for life. Take photos and videos. So, in One of his last records showed a formation similar to that of a bird.
This rover, which landed on Mars in 2012, is the largest robot ever to land on another planet, traveling up to 660 feet on a long day of driving. Its mission is to test environments suitable for life on that planet’s surface..
a few weeks ago, NASA released a photo of the sun “smiling” and it went viral on social networks because of the tenderness it created. In the game of finding shapes for inanimate objects, Curiosity discovered a rock shaped like a duck a month ago s He took a picture of her with his camera on his pole. however, Just this week, her special silhouette was widely revealed.
The duck joins a group of finds found by the probe, such as a fish and a cat.
The photo was taken on October 22, however, the person responsible for posting it on social networks was him andrea luck, Passionate and dedicated to sharing information and content about space, but his main task is to process the images taken by NASA and give them color.
One of the users criticized that the shape of the duck is similar to the shape of the duck and the songbird: The tweet is clear enough about that: It’s just a funny shaped rock, But it’s also very interesting to see how Martian atmospheric events interact with the surface over millions of years! “
It should be noted that the bot is currently exploring a file Mount Sharp, a mountain that forms a central peak in the center of Gale Crater.
Last month, Curiosity reached a new study area as it discovered a variety of rock types and past water signs. Scientists theorized that billions of years ago, minerals were left behind by streams and ponds when the water dried up.. If this theory is confirmed, the minerals provide clues as to why this planet’s climate shifted from an Earth-like climate to a frozen desert.
The rover’s initial goal was to run a two-year geological expedition to Mount Sharp, but this August marked ten years since it reached the Red Planet. The robot had a moment of awesomeness when it was recognized as taking off Personal Photos in “hours of operation”“.
In more than 28.5 kilometers traveled by the vehicle, evidence of liquid water in the past has been found, however, variable emissions of methane and organic compounds have been found, To date, no evidence of life has been found on Mars..