NASA Mars Explorations Future Energy Applications
- Apr 26, 2021 3:09 am GMT
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In the NASA Science Mars 2020 Mission the Perseverance Rover came equipped with multiple cameras including Parachute Up and Descent Stage Vision Systems; HAZmat land surveying equipment; and far ranging pictorial terrain survey photo collectors. Looking at the ground of planet Mars first hand rather than using solely orbiting satellites has turned into a science community project involving public and private interest. Small downscaled Mars exploration rovers are even up for commercial purchase in the general interested popular marketplace. With the strides in technologies and applications made by the NASA 2020 Mars Perseverance Rover Mission the energy sector at home on Earth has more than an operational interest to pursue in finding ways to use these developments for continued improvements, efficiencies, and systems integrations.
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