NASA's rover, Perseverance, sent stunning images of Mars

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NASA's Perseverance Rover has landed on Mars at 20:55 GMT, on February 18, after almost seven months of travel on Earth.

From then until now, it has sent back some stunning images of the area where it landed, Jezero Crater, a depression 49 km wide (30 miles) north of the equator of the Red Planet.

Below is a selection of images submitted by the Perseverance rover, while looking for signs of microbial life, analyzes the planet's geology, climate and environmental conditions on Mars. At the same time, he collects Martian rock.

NASA rover wheel view, Perseverance
View deck NASA rover, Perseverance
Image made by PIXL - NASA rover, Perseverance
360 image taken from 142 frames - NASA rover, Perseverance
The edge of Jezero crater, where NASA's Perseverance rover landed
Image made by Mastcam-Z - the Perseverance rover

Images are provided by NASA / JPL-Caltech / ASU

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