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NASA Perseverance Rover Arrives at Mars' River Delta

NASA Perseverance Rover Arrives at Mars' River Delta

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NASA and the Perseverance rover, together with its team, arrived at one of the stages of its mission, and it is in Mars' River Delta.

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The six-wheeled rover is now beginning its second stage on its expedition on Mars, looking into the then body of water on the planet, investigating the area, and collecting rock samples on the neighbor planet.

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NASA's Perseverance rover arrived at the river Delta on Mars last April 13, and since then, there have been preparations made by the spacecraft up until this point.

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Its first expedition and excavation mission began last Monday, April 18, and since then, the rover has been drilling holes at the "Three Forks" area, another name for the Delta river.

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NASA's exploration of Mars does not stop with Curiosity, InSight Lander, and other past rovers that the space agency sent to the Red Planet.

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Its goal is to study the Jezero crater and the surrounding areas, with its recent discovery already seeing the crater as a previous lake.

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