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How to watch Wednesday when NASA previews its Perseverance Mars rover landing

The next robot on Mars will touch down in a few weeks, and the space agency has the rundown on how that's expected to go.
How to watch Wednesday when NASA previews its Perseverance Mars rover landing
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How to watch Wednesday when NASA previews its Perseverance Mars rover landing

How to watch Wednesday when NASA previews its Perseverance Mars rover landing

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The next robot on Mars will touch down in a few weeks, and the space agency has the rundown on how that's expected to go.

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1 month ago|New York, United States

How to watch Wednesday when NASA previews its Perseverance Mars rover landing

The next robot on Mars will touch down in a few weeks, and the space agency has the rundown on how that's expected to go.

1 month ago|New York, United States
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Purdue scientist part of team awaiting Mars rover touchdown

WEST LAFAYETTE — When the Mars Perseverance Rover begins its descent toward the red planet in the middle of next month, a scientist from Purdue University will be among those with a keen interest in a successful touchdown.Of particular interest will be the seven minutes spent waiting to receive a radio signal confirming the rover has landed. It's a period dubbed the "seven minutes of terror.""The rover descends in a plasma fireball through the M…

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1 month ago|Australia

Purdue scientist ready for Mars rover touchdown

West Lafayette IN (SPX) Jan 27, 2021 The Mars Perseverance Rover will fly 300 million miles over almost seven months, but the seven minutes spent waiting to receive a radio signal confirming the rover has landed will seem like an eternity for scientists and researchers back on Earth. That wait is dubbed the "seven minutes of terror" and Briony Horgan, Purdue University associate professor of planetary science, calls it the sc

1 month ago|Australia
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