Watching this 22-minute video, compiled from photos taken less than two weeks ago from a camera on board NASA's Perseverance Rover, did much to improve my state of mind after having scanned the morning's “news.”
From Rumble, the site where this is found:
NASA's Perseverance rover has captured its highest-resolution panorama yet of the Martian surface. Stitched together from 79 individual images, this Mastcam-Z right-eye 110-mm zoom mosaic is from the camera's first high-resolution panorama imaging sequence. These images were taken on the afternoon of Sol 4 (Feb. 22, 2021) of the mission; a sol is a Martian day. Credit to "NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS".
And as an aside, the comments left by flat-earthers and other trolls below the video on Rumble further justify my decision to have NO COMMENT FUNCTION on any of my blogs!
And the adventure continues.
- by Roscoe