NASA’s Perseverance To Relocate For Next Try At Sample Collection
NASA’s Perseverance rover will move to a different spot on the Martian surface for its next attempt to collect a sample of surface material after a first try Aug. 5-6 failed. Perseverance will relocate to an adjacent site on the floor of the Jezero Crater named South Seitah, according to a late Aug...
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