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To Mars with hope, and why it matters – MENAFN.COM

The Perseverance rover, which landed on Mars this month, marks a new leap towards answering fundamental questions about our solar system, including where else we…

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(MENAFN – Gulf Times) The Perseverance rover, which landed on Mars this month, marks a new leap towards answering fundamental questions about our solar system, including where else we might find DNA. The rover will roam the surface of Mars looking for signs of life, make its own oxygen, launch a helicopter, and collect soil and rocks for a follow-up mission in 2028. If all goes as planned, Nasa, with the help of European Space Agency (ESA) spacecraft, will return soil samples in the spring of 2032…

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