Feb 19

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Has Touched Down On Mars

On July 30th 2020, NASA launched the next generation of robotic explorers to the red planet, Mars.
For around seven months, the Perseverance rover travelled through the cold darkness of space, until on the 18th of February 2021, it arrived and began its 7 minutes of terror.

Striking the thin dusty martian atmosphere at nearly 12,500 miles per hour, which 20,000 kilometres an hour, the spacecraft slammed on its brakes, reduced its speed and thankfully settled safely on the sands of another world.

5 Responses to “NASA’s Perseverance Rover Has Touched Down On Mars”

  1. Carl D

    Wonder if this is part of disclosure …now they find more evidence of past civilizations (that they didn’t find in the 60’s and 70’s) ????? Makes me wonder about their motives. I think NASA has been lying to us for decades, you can’t trust what they say and hopefully it is just a matter of time that they are exposed for all to see.

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