First Images f Mars Planet from Phoenix Lander

Things are good for the Phoenix lander, which touched down on Mars at 4:53 pm on Sunday, May 25. NASA nerds reported a nearly perfect landing, with only spacebot inclined quarter of degree. In fact, they are arguing that the landing was “much smoother than any simulation test or who has never been done.” Lander from the North Pole-place is measured at -106 degrees Fahrenheit and full of life to preserving the ice. Phoenix on March cold for 90 days, sniffing the ground and the search for Martian frozen, whatever form they take May. Now that March Oddyssey – one of its main communications uplinks — Has risen above the lander, we have our first images, one of whom is above.


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