Perseverance Mars Rover Mission Engineering & Science Briefing


Our Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover will search for signs of ancient life beyond Earth. Find out more about the mission from the scientists and engineers on the team.

Lori Glaze, Planetary Science Division Director, NASA HQ
Jennifer Trosper, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (remote)
Farah Alibay, Second engineer about mobility, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Ken Farley, Project Scientist, California Institute of Technology
Tanja Bosak, Sedimentology and Astrobiology Science Team Member, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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  1. The Perserverance Mars Rover is far and beyond the most DISSAPOINTING Rover ive ever even HEARD of. A complete fluff mission. Trash. Doing next to nothing to further exploration or answer any real pressing questions. Trash.

  2. If that cater of water really looks like that then there’s a lot more water underground. It can’t just be that or else the sun would’ve vaporized it

  3. i can't help but wonder who is going ro collect those sample tubes in the future ?..there is someone out there (probably very young) that does not even realise that one day their hands will be collecting those sample tubes to send back to Earth…very cool NASA.

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