The leading space agency NASA released a rare postcard inspired by several photos for Mars taken by its Perseverance’s probe, Sky News reported on Friday.
NASA’s experts combined several black and white images for Mars’ landscape that were taken at different times of the day and colored them.
It is worthy to mention that Perseverance’s rover and its sister helicopter were launched last year for conducting more research work on the surface of Mars.
Take a moment to marvel at this: I captured my first view of a Martian sunset with my Mastcam-Z. It’s easy to be go-go-go all the time, but it’s also important to look up. pic.twitter.com/rMT7ovFwv6
— NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover (@NASAPersevere) November 19, 2021
The device successfully captured the earliest audio clips recorded on Mars’ surface, teased the possibility of water’s existence, and collected the first rock sample from the Red Planet.
Last February, video footage and breathtaking images were released for the first time taken of Mars by the rover since its landing on the surface of the red planet.
Perseverance rover was attached by 25 cameras and two microphones, one of them failed in capturing any sounds while the other caught the sounds of Martian winds and the rover’s noise on the planet.
Moreover, those audio clips were the earliest sounds recorded on another planet.