Countdown to Mars: A Story of Perseverance


“When you look at the team that put this robot together, and the team that put this launch vehicle together, that’s what they’ve done. They’ve persevered.” Go behind the scenes of our Perseverance Mars rover’s July 30, 2020 launch with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. On Feb. 18, 2021, the rover will land in Jezero Crater, Mars, where it will search for signs of ancient life.

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  1. Hello !! A doubt that gave me, a while ago they had the idea of making a solar candle to protect the earth and even make a shadow or block the earth from sunlight. Would it be possible to make this same solar sail on Venus since this planet was already habitable? What would it cause in the question of atmosphere ex Mars that loses the atmosphere due to not having a stronger protection against radiation from the sun and what would this affect? would it be possible to make a planet habitable by doing this? hug

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