Rover Makes Oxygen From Mars Atmosphere

MOXIE is installed into the Perseverance rover prior to launch.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
While it supports NASA’s ongoing Mars helicopter test campaign, the rover Perseverance on April 20 completed its first run of another technology demonstration, successfully converting some of the planet’s carbon dioxide atmosphere into oxygen. “The results are full of promise as we move toward our...

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