올해 초 사망한 NASA 오퍼튜니티가 보내온 화성의 마지막 사진들 VIDEO: Life on Mars! Stunning panorama of the Red Planet reveals the final resting place of NASA's Rover Opportunity..

Life on Mars! Stunning panorama of the Red Planet reveals the final resting place of NASA's Rover Opportunity before it was declared 'dead' earlier this year



NASA shared a stunning panorama of Mars, which is also the resting place of its Opportunity rover

The image combines a series of 354 individual pictures that were snapped over a 29-day period

The view is of  the Perseverance Valley, which the rover was set to explore before it was declared dead in Feb.


By STACY LIBERATORE FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 22:14 GMT, 24 December 2019 | UPDATED: 22:57 GMT, 24 December 2019


A stunning panorama of Mars shows the final resting place of NASA’s Opportunity.


The image is a series of 354 individual pictures snapped by the rover over a 29-day period before it shutdown completely and declared 'dead' by the American space agency earlier this year.




 

올해 초 사망한 NASA 오퍼튜니티가 보내온 화성의 마지막 사진들 


  NASA의 오퍼튜니티의 화성의 놀라운 전경 모습은 그의 마지막을 보여준다.

이 사진은 탐사선이 올해 초 완전히 정지하기 전 29일 동안 찍은 354장의 개별 사진이다.


페르세우스 계곡으로 알려진 황량한 화성 풍경은 탐사선이 마지막으로 본 것이었으며 현재 묘지 역할을 하고 있다.


파노라마는 탐사선의 파노라마 카메라(판캄)가 5월 13일부터 6월 10일까지 제공한 개인 이미지 354개 또는 솔(마티안 데이) 5,084~5111개로 구성되어 있다.


파노라마는 753나노미터(적외선 근처), 535나노미터(녹색), 432나노미터(보라색)의 파장을 중심으로 빛을 받아들이는 3개의 다른 팬캠 필터에서 나온 영상을 결합한 것이다.


캘리포니아주 패서디나에 있는 NASA 제트 추진 연구소의 오퍼튜니티 프로젝트 책임자인 존 캘라스: '이 마지막 파노라마는 우리의 오퍼튜니티 로버가 그토록 놀라운 탐험과 발견의 임무를 수행하게 한 것을 구체화한 것이다.'라고 말했다.


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Ki Chul Hwang, conpaper editor, curator


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A stunning panorama of Mars shows the final resting place of NASA ’s Opportunity. The image is a series of 354 individual pictures snapped by the rover over a 29-day period before it shutdown completely and declared 'dead' by the American space agency earlier this year




The desolate Martian landscape known as Perseverance Valley was the last thing the rover saw and now serves as its graveyard. 


The panorama is composed of 354 individual images provided by the rover's Panoramic Camera (Pancam) from May 13 through June 10, or sols (Martian days) 5,084 through 5,111.


The panorama combines images from three different Pancam filters, which admit light centered on wavelengths of 753 nanometers (near-infrared), 535 nanometers (green) and 432 nanometers (violet).


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The desolate Martian landscape known as Perseverance Valley was the last thing the rover saw and now serves as its graveyard. The panorama is composed of 354 individual images provided by the rover's Panoramic Camera (Pancam) from May 13 through June 10, or sols (Martian days) 5,084 through 5,111




NASA explained that Opportunity was not expected to last 15 years, but noted it had contributed greatly to their understanding of the planet’s geology and environment, ‘laying groundwork for future robotic and human missions on the Red Planet’, the American space agency said in a statement


NASA made one final attempt to contact Opportunity Rover (pictured) eight months after the spacecraft last made contact. A giant dust storm blocked sunlight from Mars in 2018, stopping Opportunity's solar-powered batteries from being able to recharge




Opportunity project manager John Callas of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said: ‘This final panorama embodies what made our Opportunity rover such a remarkable mission of exploration and discovery.’


‘To the right of center you can see the rim of Endeavor Crater rising in the distance.’


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