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The entire NASA probe shows the entire attempt to land a ‘preservative’ on Mars at a cost of around Rs 1,160 billion worldwide through live streaming. This six-wheeled investigation could lead to a decision to solve the problem of eternal life on Mars.

The NASA vehicle ‘Preservens’ will make history by landing on the surface of Mars with a temperature of 1132 degrees Celsius late Thursday night. At 12.30pm Indian time, it could touch the surface of the Red Planet. NASA’s probe perseverance will be slowed down with a supersonic parachute so that it is not destroyed by being hit on the surface.

Preparations are underway to launch a ‘conservation’ in a deep hole on Mars, where it is believed that there was a deep lake. The search will collect minerals and other samples from the surface of Mars. In the future, the U.S. space agency may send another probe to the Red Planet to bring back investigations.

The knots of life will be untied

NASA shows the whole process of launching ‘conservation’ on Mars at a cost of around 1 billion 200 billion rupees worldwide through live streaming. This six-wheeled investigation could lead to a decision to solve the problem of eternal life on Mars. Scientists have long claimed that life on Mars could have survived billions of years ago, when the red planet existed in water and ice.

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‘Preservatives’ is NASA’s largest and most expensive rover. This is the ninth space mission of the US space agency NASA. The last 7 minutes of the rover’s landing on the surface of Mars are considered crucial.

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More than 40 missions in search of life so far

So far, more than 40 missions have been sent to Mars to explore the possibility of life. Recently, a meteorite has been detected in the northern part of Mars, indicating that life is produced by more than 90% of the methane animals and plants on Earth. February is important for Tuesday because the missions in the US, China and the UAE are at different stages. NASA is preparing to launch its rover ‘Preservation’ in Jejiro Crater. So far, eight countries have sent missions to Mars.

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