All you need to know about Nasa’s Mars mission

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NASA launched its Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission today from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.The rover will spend at least one Martian year (equivalent to roughly two Earth years), exploring the landing site region. Apart from seeking signs of ancient life on the Red Planet, the rover will also collect rocks and...

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NASA's Perseverance Rover is on its way to Mars
The next Mars Rover mission had a successful launch and is on it's way to the Red Planet. Named "Perseverance" this 3 meter, 1 ton robot will survey a dried lakebed for signs of ancient life. Perseverance also brings along a new vehicle, a small dual-rotor drone, "Ingenuity" that will map the region from the sky.If all goes well, Perseverance will gather mineral samples over the next few years, and future missions will include a lander capable of collecting those samples and firing them back into orbit, where a waiting craft will grab them and return to Earth.All footage in this video is from NASA and JPL / Caltech. Learn more here our full story on Engadget:

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