Representatives of NASA posted a 360-degree panorama of Mars on YouTube, made up of images taken and sent to Earth by the Perseverance rover. The video shows the rover itself, the Ingenuity helicopter, and the planet's environment. Sounds of Martian winds accompany the image.
The panorama is composed of 992 photographs taken by the rover between April 15 and 26. The panorama resolution is 2.6 billion pixels. The audio was recorded in February.
The photo session took place at the Van Zyl Overlook site in Jezero Crater. It is believed that this place was once filled with water: hence the name Jezero, which in some Slavic languages means "lake."