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Curiosity Finds Golden Rock on Mars: NASA Reveals Super Glorious & # 39; object on the surface of the red planet



NASA's crazy rover explores a strange 'golden rock' on Mars.

The Space Agency has stated that the rover sends it to look at a strange object.

Officially titled 'Little Colonsay', scientists have noticed a stone on a broader picture, and now they decided to go back to a closer look.

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The Golden Rock on Mars: NASA discovered this image of taking a "Little Colonsay" potential cloud meteor on the surface of the red planet. It was taken by the ChemCam rover. The curiosity is now moving back to the closer look.

The Golden Rock on Mars: NASA discovered this image of taking a "Little Colonsay" potential cloud meteor on the surface of the red planet. It was taken by the ChemCam rover. The curiosity is now moving back to the closer look.

HOW IS NASA COMES HARMFUL?

The operators will use ChemCam on a NASA six-wheeled rover to explore the rock.

Looking at the rocks and the ground from a distance ChemCam introduces a laser laser and analyzes the elemental composition of vaporized materials on surfaces of less than 0.04 inches (1 millimeter) on the surface of Marian rocks and soil.

Spectrograph on the vehicle gives details of minerals and microstructures in rocks by measuring the resulting plasma – extremely hot gas from free floating ions and electrons.

The camera can solve the features 5 to 10 times less than those seen on NASA Mars Exploration Rovers cameras that began exploring the red planet in January 2004.

"One of the samples we are trying to look at is" Mali Colonsay, "NASA said.

"The timing team thinks it could be a meteor because it's so brilliant.

"But the look can be foolish, and the evidence will only come from chemistry.

Unfortunately, a small goal is missed in the previous attempt, and with the information from that, the curious will try again. & # 39;

The operators will use ChemCam on a NASA six-wheeled rover to explore the rock.

Looking at the rocks and the ground from a distance ChemCam introduces a laser laser and analyzes the elemental composition of vaporized materials on surfaces of less than 0.04 inches (1 millimeter) on the surface of Marian rocks and soil.

Spectrograph on the vehicle gives details of minerals and microstructures in rocks by measuring the resulting plasma – extremely hot gas from free floating ions and electrons.

The camera can solve the features 5 to 10 times less than those seen on NASA Mars Exploration Rovers cameras that began exploring the red planet in January 2004.

Curiosity was on Vera Rubin Ridge, exploring the Highfield outcrop, a unique patch of gray base.

Curiosity was on Vera Rubin Ridge, exploring the Highfield outcrop, a unique patch of gray base.

Curiosity was on Vera Rubin Ridge, exploring the Highfield outcrop, a unique patch of gray base.

NASA has a multitude of rocks to explore, including 'Flanders Moss', which shows 'interesting, dark-colored lint, which needs chemistry to confirm its nature'.

The Rover has recently been subjected to electron transplantation of the brain.

Mars rover was forced to switch to his spare, Side-A computer on October 3rd after the memory anomaly was discovered September 15.

This allows engineers to diagnose the problem while the robot continues to work.

When the Curiosity first landed on Mars, she used her computer Side-A.

But five years ago there was hardware and software problems, and the team moved to Side B.

The page hit A was then quarantined, allowing the rover to continue storing data and records of events.

The team decided to switch again last month after memory anomalies.

WHAT IS MARS CURIOSITY ROVER and what has it reached so far?

Mars's curiosity rover was initially launched by Cape Canaveral, the US airline in Florida on November 26, 2011.

After heading for 350 million miles (560 million km), a £ 1.8 billion pioneer exploration vehicle was just 2.4 kilometers away from landing.

After a successful landing on August 6, 2012, the rover traveled around 11 miles (18 km).

It was launched on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), and the rover made 23 percent of the total mission mass.

With 80 kg (180 lb) scientific instruments on board, the rover weighs a total of 899 kg (1,982 lb) and runs it as a source of fuel plutonium.

The counter is 2.9 meters long for 2.7 meters (2.2 m) in height.

Mars's Curiosity The rover was originally intended for a two-year mission to gather information to answer that the planet could support life, have fresh water, study climate and geology in Mars, and since then has been active more than 2,000 days

Mars's Curiosity The rover was originally intended for a two-year mission to gather information to answer that the planet could support life, have fresh water, study climate and geology in Mars, and since then has been active more than 2,000 days

The Rover was originally intended for a two-year mission to gather information to fit the planet's ability to support life, water, study Mars's climate and geology.

For the sake of success, the mission is prolonged unlimited and is now more than 2,000 days active.

The Rover has several scientific instruments on board, including a camcorder consisting of two cameras, and can capture high-definition pictures and video in real-world color.

So far, on the way of the car's size robot, it came to an ancient canyon where the running water ran, and shortly after discovering that a billion years ago, the nearby area known as Yellowknife Bay was part of a lake that could support microbiological life.


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