NASA reveals new images of Mars' surface
NASA reveals new video, still images, and audio from the landing of the Perseverance rover on the surface of Mars.
net filter converged. Lastly solution 3.3 m per second altitude 7.4 kilometers now has radar lock on the ground. Current velocity is about 100 m per second. 6.6 kilometers of the circuit parts president is continuing to descend on the parachute. We're coming up on the initialization of terrain, relative navigation and subsequently the timing of the landing engines. Our current velocity is about 90 m per second at an altitude of 4.2 kilometers. Ovf salad. We have confirmation that the Lander vision system has produced a valid solution in part of Torino to navigation TBA. A phenomenal we have timing of the landing engines. Back shelf Carnival Lhotse is 83 m per second at about 2.6 kilometers from the surface of Mars. We have confirmation that the back shell has separated. We're currently performing the divert maneuver. Crime velocity is about 75 m per second at an altitude of about a kilometer off the surface of Mars. Here in safety Bravo, we have completed our train relative navigation. Trance speed is about 30 m per second altitude of about 300 m off the surface of Mars. We have started our constant velocity Throttle up there and stop us here and you could see it beginning to push all that dust around on the ground on the two sides that shaking There is the rover deploying in the mobility during a sky crane. And here we are coming down that that rocking motion of the rover. We'll see another videos, but that settles down right before we hit the ground and that Okay, that's just it's cool. It's really neat. Overwhelming, if you will. That's what led to this system this entry, descent and landing camera system. We call them the E. D. L cams.