More recently, some ten years ago, the American automatic satellite Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) entered the orbit of Mars and over the years successfully transmitted information about the planet under study to NASA. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration could not pass by the significant round date, and therefore remembered all the merits of MRO, presenting them in the video. During its service, the station flew around Mars 45,000 times, covered the distance of 956 million miles, sent 264 terabits of data to Earth and took more than 216,000 images. The information obtained allowed researchers to carefully study the landscape and geological activity of the planet, select 7 places for landing sites for future spacecraft and find evidence of the presence of water, which in the warm season is presented in a liquid state. According to the program, the main mission of the station ended at the end of 2008, however, it continues to work properly and transmit valuable materials about the planet. In addition, of the seven active Martian devices, the MRO sends more data to Earth than the other six combined.