Space-robot sends the gloomy picture of Mars

6. august 2012 at 7.31 utc, landed the sekshjulede Mars robot Curiosity in a crater on The Red Planet. Since when has Curiosity written rumhistorie through it

Space-robot sends the gloomy picture of Mars

6. august 2012 at 7.31 utc, landed the sekshjulede Mars robot Curiosity in a crater on The Red Planet. Since when has Curiosity written rumhistorie through it

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
08 November 2019 Friday 07:00
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Space-robot sends the gloomy picture of Mars

6. august 2012 at 7.31 utc, landed the sekshjulede Mars robot Curiosity in a crater on The Red Planet.

Since when has Curiosity written rumhistorie through its collection and analysis of soil and boulders, as well as thousands of photographs from the planet.

Now the robot come yet farther on his journey, and it has, among other things, resulted in the above image, where you can see out over the horizon.

In the foreground of the picture appears the ridge, which extends about Mount Sharp. And in the background far back in the misty see the edge of the big crater Gale Crater. Which, incidentally, was in the order of billions of years ago when a gigantic meteorite hit the planet.

the Image is taken in connection with the Curoisity is in the process of investigating the big crater, Gale Crater, where it has just moved up a now-eroded ridge called Central Butte, which is in the middle of Gale Crater at the foot of Mount Sharp. the

This write-ScienceAlert according to the Science.dk.

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Actually study the robot the many stenlag, which is around Mount Sharp, but it is not therefore not simply pictures of rocks in various forms, Curiosity sends back to Earth.

Sometimes it lifts its cameras from the earth's surface and directs them toward the planet's horizon.

The black-and-white and somewhat gloomy picture is taken with the robot's Camera B 1. november of this year.

Typical image from the robot Curiosity, which has focused on the materials, as stenlagene is composed of. Here is the Central Butte in focus. Photo credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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