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Picture Perfect Landing
Hugh Bollinger

Picture Perfect Landing

1st Image Jezero Crater landing zone, 2-18-2021 (credit: JPL/NASA)

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory has released a time-line video on the execution of the flight maneuvers necessary to land the Perseverance rover safely on Mars. The Lab's success is worthy of a national round of applause for all the scientists and engineers involved in this picture perfect landing. Now, the explorations can begin in Jezero Crater to determine if life may have ever evolved on Mars. WHB


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