Take a guided tour around the first high-definition 360-degree view of Jezero Crater provided by NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover. Mission experts will walk us through the new Martian terrain, explain why it’s got scientists excited, and answer your questions.
The image shows the crater rim and cliff face of the ancient river delta in the distance. The camera system can reveal details as small as 3 to 5 millimeters across near the rover and 2 to 3 meters across in the distant slopes along the horizon.
• Jim Bell — Mastcam-Z principal investigator, Arizona State University
• Elsa Jensen — Mastcam-Z uplink lead, Malin Space Science Systems
• Kjartan Kinch — Mastcam-Z calibration target lead, Niels Bohr Institute of The University Of Copenhagen
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