NASA’s Perseverance rover takes its first test drive on Mars

NASA’s Perseverance rover has taken its first take a look at drive on Mars, the company introduced (March 5). 

Perseverance, a car-sized rover that landed successfully on the Red Planet Feb. 18, simply made its first brief drive on Thursday, NASA officers mentioned. The rover moved a complete of 21.three toes (6.5 meters) throughout the Martian terrain on a drive that took about 33 minutes, throughout which Perseverance moved ahead, turned in place and backed up. The rover drives with a prime pace of .01 miles per hour (.016 kilometers). 



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