Here's what landing on Mars looks like thanks to footage from NASA's rover

A portion of a panorama made up of individual images taken by the Navigation Cameras, or Navcams,

Mars rover, Perseverance touched down on the red planet on the 18th February 2021. Image: via REUTERS

Steve Gorman
Reporter, Reuters
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The surface of Mars directly below NASA's Mars Perseverance rover is seen using the Rover Down-Look Camera.
This is what the surface of Mars looked like directly below NASA's Mars Perseverance. Image: via REUTERS
NASA's Perseverance rover descends to touch down on Mars in a still image from a video camera aboard the descent stage taken
The video captured the 'seven minutes of terror'. Image: via REUTERS
The entry, descent and landing (EDL) sequence of the Perseverance rover on Mars
This is what the sequence of entry, descent and landing looked like. Image: via REUTERS
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