What’s it like landing on Mars? Tough! But every time we land, we learn more.
When our Perseverance Mars rover descended toward the Red Planet, it was decked out with temperature and pressure sensors that collected critical data about entry and landing conditions. NASA engineer Alex Scammell tells us more.
Learn more about MEDLI2: https://go.nasa.gov/3s3zYi0
Producers: Scott Bednar & Jessica Wilde
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