NASA’s Mars mission continues. The space agency has sent Perseverance Rover to investigate this. It has been collecting samples from there while exploring the surface of Mars for the last 2 years. The rover has so far sent amazing pictures of the Red Planet which were not seen before. Now in the latest update, the rover has sent amazing pictures of the Belva Crater there.
Fortunate traveling on the surface of NASA K’s Perseverance rover sent back 152 stunning images of Belva Crater on the surface. It is a large impact crater which is said to be bigger than Jezero Crater. NASA has created a mosaic by adding all these pictures together, as well as a video of it. While sharing, NASA has written in its caption – (translated in Hindi), zooming in Belwa Crater. Nature has dug here. Where the rocks buried under the surface can be seen closely.
The Perseverance rover took these pictures on April 22. This crater is about 0.9 km wide. The study team hypothesizes that the large rock fragments visible in the upper ground may be fragments of bedrock that may have been exposed by falling meteorites, or they may have been brought here by river systems. Just a few days back, NASA had shared another picture from Mars. In which it was said to be the remains of a river. This river has been described as a raging river.
Even before this, things like the remains of river drains have come to the fore on Mars, but this newly discovered river has been told to run deeper and much faster than these. Its relation was told with Jezero Crater. over here rover Been researching for a long time, in the search that maybe there must have been a microorganism here. And don’t know if some evidence of it still exists.