Nasa reveals new video from Mars

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Nasa has released stunning video of its Perseverance rover landing on Mars.

https://bbc.in/3qXyOn3

Posted 9 months ago in Science & Tech

Mark Norton 9 months ago

What an amazing engineering achievement! Congratulations to the team who made it happen.

Alayna Robins 9 months ago

And the parachute fabric was made in Devon. It's been a true world effort from teams across the globe working with NASA to achieve this stunning touchdown, and on the project. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-56123602#:~:text=A textiles company in Devon,on to the planet's surface.

Albert Brown 9 months ago

Wow. Brilliant stuff. Hope I see mankind setting foot on another planet before I Cark it.

Mehdi Hasnain Jafri 9 months ago

Amazing pictures of landing on Mars . Congratulations to all team participated in the mission . Well done for creating a new chapter in man kind history .

Antonio Waller Espin 9 months ago

Truly amazing feat of engineering. Humanity's small steps towards the eventual colonisation of our galaxy...

Kingsley Roberts 9 months ago

Good job they didn't put Dido Harding in charge as this would have been a farewell over the English Channel. For ten times the effing price.

Dayan Samaraweera 9 months ago

What bunch of excellent engineers aren't we ? Trying to find aliens and ask them how they destroyed their planet 馃槅

Condrea Vitalie 9 months ago

It鈥檚 so sad, we are unable to preserve our paradise 馃審 , instead we destroy it and then hope to go and live in this hell of a planet Mars. If this is instinct of survival, than I don鈥檛 know if we are so intelligent as we think

Basman Qutaish 9 months ago

Despite what many people think, "Nicolaus Copernicus" was not the first to present the heliocentric model ...
The idea that the Earth revolves around the sun was suggested as early as the third century B.C. by "Aristarchus", the ancient Greek astronomer and mathematician, but unfortunately dear reader, his ideas were not widely supported at the time.

Terry Driggers 9 months ago

An incredible journey for all peoples of this world