Japan will record 8K video of the planet Mars

 


The mission will continuously capture photos and transmit them to Earth while the originals will be stored in the capsule that will be returned to Earth.

Japan will record 8K video of the planet Mars

Hard to find 8K video here on Earth but that fact does not stop Japan from capturing 8K video elsewhere in the Solar System.

The Japanese Space Exploration Agency is developing 4K and 8K cameras which will soon capture images of Mars and its moons in the next mission.

The mission will continuously capture photos and transmit them to Earth while the originals will be stored in the capsule that will be returned to Earth.

The spacecraft will be launched in 2024 and arrive on Mars in 2025. Not only will this mission provide detailed photos of the Mars plan and its surface opr also collect material from its surface.

Thus scientists can learn more about the planet's past.