Newsweek - 50 min 58 sec ago
The account has shared a number of photos taken with the vehicle's camera.
Extremetech - 2 hours 22 min ago
The NASA Perseverance rover touched down on Mars last month, kicking off what we all hope will be many years studying the red planet. Perseverance isn't the only robot in that part of the solar system. The ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) is one of several missions looking down at the surface, and it has spotted the Perseverance rover on the floor of Jezero Crater. The post Mars Orbiter Spots New Perseverance Lander on Surface appeared first on ExtremeTech .
Newsweek - 5 hours 46 min ago
Perseverance has not moved from its landing spot yet as NASA scientists have had a lot of checks to do.
New York Times - 7 hours 18 min ago
A view of Jezero crater on Mars, taken by the Perseverance rover on Feb. 21.
The Boy Genius Report - 10 hours 22 min ago
NASA's Mars 2020 mission arrived at the Red Planet two weeks ago, and we're just now getting our first look at the landing site from above. The ExoMars orbiter, which is a joint project between the European Space Agency and Russia's Roscosmos, flew over the Jezero Crater where the rover landed and took some snapshots of it from orbit. The rover is visible in the images, as is the rover's trash that it dropped as it came cruising down to its landing location. NASA successfully landed...
CBS News - 15 hours 6 min ago
NASA aerospace engineer Diana Trujillo came to the U.S. with only $300 and worked housekeeping jobs to pay for school. Now, she's a flight director for the Mars Perseverance rover.
Newsweek - 20 hours 58 min ago
The photos were snapped by the Mastcam-Z camera system, which mission operators describe as the rover's "main eyes."...
Vice - 22 hours 50 sec ago
Two Mars orbiters have snapped gorgeous views of Perseverance, and its various landing components, in their new home on Mars.
Jalopnik - 22 hours 18 min ago
The Perseverance rover, along with several components used during the recent landing, have been imaged from space. Read more...
CBS News - 23 hours 36 min ago
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is taking on the big questions of the universe in his new book "Cosmic Queries." Tyson talks to "CBS This Morning" about life beyond Earth, what NASA's Perseverance rover could find and how looking to the sky can help people in times of isolation.