NASA’s Perseverance rover is ready to land on Mars!

NASA’s Perseverance rover is able to land on Mars, the company confirmed right now (Feb. 16).

The rover, which launched this summer season because the star of the company’s Mars 2020 mission, will contact down Thursday (Feb. 18) in Jezero Crater, an historical delta on the Martian floor. Perseverance, or “Percy” for brief, will discover the Martian terrain and conduct a variety of science investigations. Amongst its targets, Percy will accumulate samples, deploy the primary helicopter past Earth, and seek for signs of ancient life on the fourth planet from the solar. 


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