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A nailbiting Entry Descent & Landing sequence again, but this time with photos from the skycrane as it deploys the Perseverance rover with 3 strings to the surface of Mars, just 11 lightminutes away from Earth. The photo shows the 1025 kg rover just 2 mtr above the surface. Apparently, this is a still from a video so more awesomeness in the making!
Isn't this what life on Earth is all about.? Exploring other planets to search for it. Putting human ingenuity to work, to inspire. Let's have peace with all here, and put rovers on Mars instead of petty wars.
NASA's rover Perseverance is hurling to Mars since its launch on July 30 2020 (see this Zapread post). It will land tonight at 21:44 CET, meaning 11 minutes later, we should receive signal from a safe rover on the surface of Mars.
The Perseverance rover is very similar at first sight to the Curiosity rover that landed in August 2012. The design of the main body and driving system is the same, but a whole bunch of details are new, for example:
Watch the NASA livefeed tonight!
The latest status of Bitlinq as presented during The Things Network conference 2021.
I am in the process of getting some funding in place to deploy a number of Lacuna Space terminals to Blockstream Satellite users around the globe, and start running a decentralized version of the Bitlinq message handler.
Busy times in Space last week. Apart from launches by Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, Astra, ULA & Roscosmos, two missions came back with samples from outer Space. The Chinese Chang'E5 mission brought back some Lunar samples (see below) after almost a month in Space, and the Japanese Hayabusa2 mission delivered grains of the Asteroid Ryugu (see above) after being out there for 6 years! Both missions will provide better insights in how the Solar System was created some 5 billions years ago. Very impressive efforts that were concluded successfully!