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The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter once again saw the NASA Persevere rover and MarsHelicopter from space.

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Two images were taken of the surface of Mars by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's HiRISE camera, Image A Perseverance Mars rover and Image B Ingenuity helicopter.
Two images were taken of the surface of Mars by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s HiRISE camera, Image A Perseverance Mars rover and Image B Ingenuity helicopter.
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which was launched on 12 August 2005, and attained Mars orbit on 10 March 2006, is a multi-role spacecraft launched by NASA. The missions of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter are to study the geology and climate of Mars, while in orbit around Mars, and to provide reconnaissance of sites for future spacecraft landings, and to be collected by rover from the surface of Mars. done, sending the data back to Earth.

The Perseverance Mars rover and Ingenuity helicopter were seen on the surface of Mars on 26 February 2022 by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s HiRISE camera. The Perseverance Mars rover was seen sitting on the fractured base of the “Maze” formation prior to its drive to the delta of Jezero Crater, and about 656 feet (200 m) to the left saw the Ingenuity helicopter, which was so small, that this landscape But appears as a single point. Jezero is a crater in the Certis Major quadrangle on Mars, approximately 45.0 km in diameter, which researchers believe may have once been filled with water, a fan-delta deposit rich in clay in the crater.

On 30 July 2020, NASA launched the Perseverance Mars rover by Atlas 5 rocket, and on February 18, 2021, landed on the surface of Jezero Crater with the help of Skycrane, the mission of the Persistence Mars rover, that showed signs of ancient microbial life. Exploring Mars, characterizing past climates, paving the way for human exploration of the Red Planet, and collecting Martian rock and regolith
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter once again saw the NASA Persevere rover and MarsHelicopter from space.

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