Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

NASA has launched its ambitious new mission to Mars to search for signs of life. A Saturn V rocket blast off from Cape Canaveral in Florida with a new research rover on board. The Perseverance rover was ten years in the making and is set to land in the Jezero crater, where it will take rock samples and test new exploration technologies. The project could pave the way for future manned missions to the moon and Mars.


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5 thoughts on “NASA launches new Mars mission with Perseverance rover | DW News”
  1. Curiosity is natural. I would hope that the pursuit would be more unbiased. There does seem a strong undertone to add to Darwinism or materialism in the mission parameters.

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