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NASA’s Perseverance rover opens a window to Mars’ watery past

The Perseverance rover is approaching its one-year anniversary since landing on Feb. 18, 2021 — one Mars year, that is. 

NASA’s newest rover has roamed multiple miles around the Red Planet’s Jezero Crater, searching for signs of ancient life and hints about Mars‘ past. The rover, part of NASA’s ambitious Mars 2020 mission, has been collecting a huge amount of information about the Martian surface and its rocks, and today the team behind the Perseverance rover published three new research papers detailing their findings so far. 

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