Last week, NASA paid tribute to space enthusiasts for displaying nearly 11 million names on Perseverance detectors, foreign media reported. Because these names are etched on silicon wafers, very very small, so the naked eye can not see. In fact, there is a hidden message on the silicon chip, which is the pattern of the earth, the sun and Mars.
In the light of the sun, there is also a moss code -- explore as one.
NASA confirmed the news on social media.
This illustration and message is intended to convey a connection between planets, while emphasizing the connection between our shared sun.
NASA has a history of using Mars and Morse codes. The Curiosity wheel uses Morse code to spell out "JPL" to commemorate NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Perseverance will be launched as early as July this year. If all goes well, it will reach the surface of Mars in February 2021.