This Interactive Tool Lets You Track NASA’s Perseverance Rover on Its Way to Mars in Real Time
The Mars 2020 Perseverance is crucial off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on July 30. NASA's Eyes on the Solar System instrument lets you track the rocket progressively as it advances toward Mars for a February 18, 2021, landing.
A freshly delivered web application can give you where the agency's Mars 2020 strategic right now as it advances toward the Red Planet for a February 18, 2021, landing.
Perseverance Meanderer Mission
The last time we saw NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance meanderer mission was on July 30, 2020, as it vanished into the dark of profound space on a direction for Mars. Be that as it may, with NASA's Eyes on the Solar System, you can follow progressively as humankind's most refined meanderer – and the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter going with it – journey a huge number of miles throughout the following a half year to Jezero Crater.
"Eyes on the Solar System imagines similar direction information that the route group uses to plot Perseverance's course to Mars," said Fernando Abilleira, the Mars 2020 crucial, and route supervisor at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. "On the off chance that you need to track with us on our excursion, that is the spot to be."
Give the Mars 2020 Perseverance shuttle a turn. Completely interactive, Eyes on the Solar System doesn't simply let you track it continuously as it goes to the Red Planet.
Eyes don't simply let you see the separation between the Red Planet and the rocket at the present time. You can likewise fly development with Mars 2020 or check the relative speed among Mars and Earth or, state, the bantam planet Pluto.
"With all our orbital resources hovering Mars just as Curiosity and InSight on its surface, there is new information and symbolism coming in constantly about the Red Planet," said Jon Nelson, perception innovation and applications improvement administrator at JPL. "Basically, in the event that you haven't seen Mars recently through Eyes on the Solar System, you haven't seen Mars."
Many controls on spring up menus permit you to tweak not exactly what you see – from far away to right "on board" a shuttle – yet additionally how you see it: Choose the 3D model, and all you need is a couple of red-cyan anaglyph glasses for a more vivid encounter.
You don't need to stop at mars!
You don't need to stop at Mars, either. All the nearby planetary group can be gone through on time. The site not just uses continuous information and symbolism from NASA's armada of the rocket, but at the same time, it's populated with NASA information returning to 1950 and extended to 2050. Area, movement, and appearance depend on anticipated and recreated mission information.
While you're investigating, bring a more profound plunge into our home planet with Eyes on the Earth and travel to far off universes with Eyes on ExoPlanets.