That Is Probably Not a Martian Rainbow in the Pictures from NASA’s Perseverance

NASA’s perseverance has caused a stir in recent images. The helicopter skills of Mars protected not only on the ground and sound, but also in the sky above, people could see like a rainbow. The only thing is that it is probably not there. First, which makes the rainbow? You need less water in the air and less sun on the horizon. When these conditions are when in contrast to the sun, you will see a bright colored pressure.

If you are lucky, you will see two or even rarer combinations as the other two factors come into play. However, what will happen to Mars? NASA’s Pathfinder mission has observed something similar to a rainbow due to ice crystals in Mars’ extremely positive and very dry environment. Yesterday, some suggested that perhaps we were noticing a dust particle, where sunlight reflected by reflections and dust particles. The explanation is probably more mundane: we see a lens flame.

That Is Probably Not a Martian Rainbow in the Pictures from NASA’s Perseverance

If you are lucky, you will see two or even rarer combinations as the other two factors come into play. However, what will happen to Mars? NASA’s Pathfinder mission has observed something similar to a rainbow due to ice crystals in Mars’ extremely positive and very dry environment. Yesterday, some suggested that perhaps we were noticing a dust particle, where sunlight reflected by reflections and dust particles. The explanation is probably more mundane: we see a lens flame.

The rear hazard cameras of uninterrupted, which scattered the images, are looking south at the sun while snapping. The same rainbow image has been present in the same position for more than one day. Therefore, this is probably a pattern from the camera. Bows in other worlds are possible. Venus has something like a rainbow called “glory” due to the presence of sulfuric acid droplets in its atmosphere. On Saturday’s largest moon Titan, methane rains and it is possible that there may be showers (visible only in infrared).