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NASA camera captures the face of a bear on the surface of the planet Mars
A NASA camera has captured the face of a bear on the surface of the planet Mars. The geological formation is round in shape, with two eye-like craters. Whereas, a V-shaped structure creates the illusion of a bear's nose. The photo is reminiscent of another celestial "face" seen by a NASA space observatory in October 2022, when the sun appeared to be smiling due to dark spots called coronal holes.
Last March, the Curiosity rover spotted a rock formation resembling a flower on Mars. The HiRISE camera is designed to capture detailed images of the Martian surface, including features as small as 1 meter. This helps NASA scientists study the Martian atmosphere, weather and climate and how they change over time.
Meanwhile, in December, the Perseverance robot sent to Mars managed to record the sound of a storm on the red planet. The storm passed very close to the robot as it was exploring an ancient lake on Mars, and because it had its microphone on, it recorded everything. Strong storms are common on Mars and are part of the meteorological landscape on this planet. NASA has revealed plans to build a nuclear-powered rocket that could cut travel time to Mars from seven months to just 45 days. The rocket can be used to transport both people and cargo across the Solar System, significantly reducing the main risks associated with interplanetary travel, such as radiation exposure.