What has NASA’s Perseverance rover accomplished since landing on the surface of Mars in February 2021? Surface Operations Mission Manager Jessica Samuels reflects on a year filled with groundbreaking discoveries at Jezero Crater and counts up the rover’s achievements: More than 1.8 miles (2.9 kilometers) driven A new record for the longest drive in a […]
Who controls a Mars rover? During the last seven years that I have operated spacecraft both in orbit and on the surface of Mars, I’ve come back again and again to the question of who is most responsible for making a spacecraft go.
Video footage from NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover of the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter’s 13th flight on Sept. 4 provides the most detailed look yet of the rotorcraft in action.
The Perseverance rover took a well-deserved break in October during solar conjunction, but it’s back to investigating intriguing rocks in Jezero Crater on Mars.
The latest visual marvel comes from NASA’s Perseverance rover where it’s examining an intriguing layered rock in the Jezero Crater.
NASA’s Perseverance rover comes across countless Martian rocks during its journies, and the robot just found a new one that could hold fascinating details about Mars’ rich history.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover has emerged from its first “solar conjunction” blackout and gotten back to work on the Red Planet. It’s even phoned home with its first Mars photos since reawakening.
According to findings from the Perseverance rover on Mars, the planet’s dry Jezero crater was once a lake that was fed by a massive rushing river.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover team has confirmed that the red planet Jezero Crater was once the site of the Delta Lake system.
The U.S. space agency NASA’s Perseverance Rover has been exploring Mars’ Jezero Crater for 217 Earth days, searching for signs of ancient life.