NASA's willpower Mars rover again sent back a new image from the red planet, showing the dust generated during the descent phase and after the impact on the surface of Mars.Willpower shared images taken with hazcams on its official twitter account on Wednesday.
"This is an important moment in the downward phase," he tweeted. Within two minutes of safely sending me to the surface of Mars, I used one of the hazcams to photograph the smoke generated by the impact, which can protect the scientific integrity of me and my landing site.
Willpower has sent back sound from Mars and has shown a panoramic view of the red planet. Willpower will look for signs of ancient microbial life; collect dust and rock samples; test a helicopter; and study the climate and geology of Mars.