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NASA released a spectacular video of the landing of its rover Perseverance, the first of its kind, on Monday. after the mission’s arrival on Mars Thursday, in search of old life.

Just over three minutes long, the published video reveals the images of several cameras located in different places on the module, after its entry into the Martian atmosphere: one shows the deployment of the supersonic parachute, another, located under the rover, the Martian soil approaching, and two other views show the rover gradually deposited on the ground, suspended by three cables. However, no sound could be recorded during the vertiginous descent.




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