US space mission ‘Preservation Rover’ robot landed on Mars

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This is NASA’s fifth space mission to Mars. According to a statement issued by the US National Space Agency, NASA, the Mars Preservation Rover, which was sent into space on July 30, 2020, has traveled 202.2 million km in seven months and reached the planet.

Foreign media say that the US space mission Presence Rover was landed in a deep pit called Jezero near the equator of the Red Planet.

According to media reports, the six-wheeled robot Preservation Rover will collect evidence of life in the past by drilling into the rocks of this crater on Mars for two years.

According to media reports, the US space mission will bring the samples to Earth in 2031.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, this is the first NASA mission to Mars since Viking Lander in the 1970s to find traces of life.

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