According to NASA, it’s the most zoomed-in and highest frame-rate observation of a Phobos solar eclipse ever taken on the Martian surface.
Perseverance completes first multiple-sol drive
The drive was the same distance as a previous one that was split over three sols, but doing it all in one go created challenges for the rover.
How Perseverance handles Martian debris
Pebbles became lodged in Perseverance when it was extracting a sample from a Martian rock nicknamed Issole.
NASA begins tests on Mars sample collecting robot
NASA’s team is working on the next, complicated step in Perseverance’s mission: bringing rock samples to earth.
NASA needs your help identifying features on Mars
Improving the Soil Property and Object Classification will save NASA scientists time when planning routes for their rovers and in finding important formations.
Perseverance Rover successfully cores first rock on Mars
Perseverance’s Sampling and Caching System uses a rotary-percussive drill and a hollow coring bit at the end of its 7-foot-long robotic arm to extract samples slightly thicker than a pencil.