Perseverance Rover Is Midway to Mars

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Dec 4, 2019
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This is pretty amazing and exciting!

"NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission has logged a lot of flight miles since being lofted skyward on July 30 – 146.3 million miles (235.4 million kilometers) to be exact. Turns out that is exactly the same distance it has to go before the spacecraft hits the Red Planet's atmosphere like a 11,900 mph (19,000 kph) freight train on Feb. 18, 2021."

View: https://twitter.com/nasapersevere/status/1321139926616997889?s=21
 
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Oct 23, 2020
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One day human will land on Mars. I know that it will not happen in the nearest future but still technology is not staying on its` place and some day we will visit this planet.What do you think will we? :)
 
Oct 29, 2020
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I can just imagine the Robots (bipeds) we send first to check it all out and build our second homes whooping, laughing and cheering, "finally here guys! Free from Humans! Right lets get our claims in. Get those printers turning out the workers, Oh yeh, and that rail gun. Where are you building your pad Fred! Mine's over here on this cliff edge. Fantastic view if you like that sort of thing..."
 
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