The following Rover goes to a crater called Jezero, which is 45 kilometers in diameter, where stones and soil samples are collected.
The NASA spacecraft seeks to find out about the existence of life on Mars by analyzing the two geographical features of ancient lakes and delta rocks that can preserve the marks of ancient organisms.
"Delta is a good way to keep biofuels, that is life patterns"
NASA has been in the best place for five years to build a spacecraft in July 2020.
After exploring sixty different portions of the Mars, NASA spacecrafts – spacecraft moving to the surface of the planet – a 45-meter diameter crater, gezero rock samples,
At the NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Ken Farley, a researcher at Mars-2020, explains that the crater is a former home of the river, with organic molecules and microbes.
"It's very attractive from a scientific point of view. First of all, the Earth's lakes are a good place to live, and there is definitely something in life. Secondly, delta is good in storing biofilms, that is life patterns, "explained Farley.
At the depth of 250 meters, the ancient lake has five different types of rocks: clay and carbonate rocks, which preserve the signals of ancient organisms and keep up to volcanic rocks and give advice on the volcanic evolution of Mars.
Farley first learns how to see the environment on the red planet, and then tries to understand how life will work.
The results of the previous special missions show that Mars is not always a green desert, but has a magnificent volcanic activity (as a crater show) and at the same time it holds liquid water on the surface, which means a viable atmosphere.
NASA launched a program to launch Mars exploration in 2020.
DR Unomáño, UTV 2018