One of the first images of Perseverance when it landed on Mars on February 18.


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A breathtaking, but deceptive 360 ​​° panorama.

A video showing the surface of Mars has been viewed more than 25 million times on Twitter.

Published on February 19, the day after Perseverance landed on Mars, it could suggest that it is a video captured by the robot sent by NASA to search for traces of life on this planet.


The video is actually a panorama that was not captured by Perseverance, but by Curiosity, another NASA robot.

The latter captured these images from November 24 to December 1, 2019. The panorama is made up of more than 1,000 images, specifies NASA, which made the images available on its site on March 4, 2020.

The sound in the video has been added.

NASA released the first image of the Perseverance landing on February 18 and is due to unveil new images on Monday.

Perseverance is the fifth robot sent by the US space agency to the red planet.


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