NASA’s Mars Perseverance Rover Captured Possible Aliens’ Spacecraft Flying In The Martian Sky
Sep 11, 2021
NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover acquired these images using its onboard Left and Right Navigation Camera (Navcam). The camera is located high on the rover’s mast and aids in driving. These images were acquired on Sep. 11, 2021 (Sol 199) and Sep. 8, 2021 (Sol 196).
NASA’s Perseverance rover has now socked away two Red Planet samples. Perseverance collected a drilled-out core of a Martian rock dubbed “Rochette” and sealed the sample in its designated titanium tube on Wednesday (Sept. 8). The success came just four days after the car-sized rover collected its first-ever Martian sample, which was also cored from Rochette.
Imagery Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/USGS
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Well done and not all hypey.
Looks quite boxy and well-defined. The others I’ve seen have all looked more like amorphous rocks.
Exciting times are afoot, methinks.