NASA has shared the data of Mars Mission with ISRO, China, UAE and European Space Agency to avoid collision on Mars.
US space agency NASA has shared data of its current Mars mission (Mars Mission) with India, China, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and European Space Agency. This has been done so that the risk of a collision on the Red Planet can be avoided. The spacecraft of all these countries are circling Mars (Planet Mars). This information was given in a report in the media on Wednesday.
Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post quoted NASA as saying in its news that ships from India, China, UAE and the European Space Agency are also circling the Red Planet, so to reduce the risk of a collision between vehicles Data was exchanged for. NASA is coordinating with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), the UAE, the European Space Agency and the China National Space Administration to ensure the safety of our respective missions, as NASA said in a statement. I am circling.
NASA’s lander made last month’s landing on Mars
Mangalyaan of India has been circulating in the orbit of Mars since 2014. NASA’s current lander landed on Mars last month. Since landing, it has started its search campaign operations. At the same time, the Chinese vehicle ‘Tianwen-1’ is circling in the orbit of Mars. It is preparing to land on the red planet in May or June. The UAE vehicle ‘Hope’ is only circling in the orbit of Mars and it will not try to land there.
Data shared after permission from US Congress
Two European Space Agency ships are circling Mars. The newspaper said in its report that NASA had sought permission from the US Congress to share data with China and spoke to the China National Space Administration, which was confirmed by the US space agency on Monday. Significantly, many countries of the world are working towards settling humans on Mars. It also includes private companies such as SpaceX.
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