Good News: Linux Finally made it to Mars


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Recently, NASA actually landed a rover named Perseverance on Mars. I, along with 2 million other active Audiences watched the landing happen live on YouTube.

It is incredible. This is to say that millions and millions of miles through the barrenness of space, and now it’s just hanging out on Mars taking pics and scientific samples!

Furthermore, as it stands, consistency was the said word and didn’t traverse the vastness of space alone.

Good News: Linux Finally made it to Mars

It is a primary demonstration for all, the whole work here is to attempt the first powered flight on any planet other than Earth and to hopefully be the blueprint for future Mars missions. It’s also running on Linux.

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Apparently, history has stated that this is the first time Linus is running Mars,” NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) senior engineer Tim Canham said in an interview with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Victory actually belong to us because we’re so flying an open-source operating system and an open-source flight software framework and flying commercial parts that you can buy off the shelf if you had wanted to do this yourself someday,” Canham said.

Great stuff. It’s cool that consistency, inquisitiveness, and Ingenuity have actually found a new home on the surface of Mars. Though it is very okay that space is pretty obviously inhospitable to human life, and yet we still put people up there anyway, it is just important to our lives with people that can cater well.