NASA’s (The National Aeronautics and Space Administration) rover, has sent back stunning captures from Planet Mars surface.
The Mars rover landed on a 30-mile wide crater, named Jazero Crater, at 8.55 PM GMT on 18th Feb.
The rover is on a mission to find microbial life and to also collect martian rock.
The mission is expected to run for 1 Mars year, which equals roughly 2 years on Planet Earth.
Take a look at the images below.
Source: Ant Sykes Designer