Millions of miles from Earth lies a dusty, cold, desert world with a very thin atmosphere. You know this planet as Mars…but it hasn’t always been this way. There’s evidence that the Red Planet was much wetter and warmer, with a thicker atmosphere, billions of years ago. Could it also have supported life? NASA’s Perseverance rover launches next week and will explore the Red Planet to collect rock and soil samples, which may preserve ancient signs of life. Join experts on #NASAScience Live Wednesday, July 22 at 3:00 p.m. EDT, to learn more about this robotic astrobiologist.
Mars Perseverance Rover: Launching This Summer
After the Landing: An Update about NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover
Feb. 18: We’re Landing a Rover on Mars!
Feb. 18: Our Perseverance Rover & Ingenuity Helicopter Arrive at Mars
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