The awaited landing of America’s newest exploration Rover Perseverance will land on Mars Tomorrow.

On July 30, 2020 NASA sent the most sophisticated exploration Rover to date  into space heading to the planet Mars.

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Tomorrow Thursday February 18th Perseverance will land on the surface of the red planet and begin to search for life on Mars.

Many eyes will be on the progress of this Rover including the NASA live stream on the Kopernik Observatory’s YouTube channel.

Perseverance is scheduled to land in Mar’s Jezero crater on Thursday February 18th at 3:30pm EDT, and this robot explorer has many camera’s and extra gadgets, to get the best look at the Martian landscape.

The Rover also has the ingenuity helicopter flying drone, that can take aerial pictures from above, to get even a better look at the planes and horizons, that make up our solar systems fourth planet.

This mission will be like no other, with spectacular panoramic images and more from the Planet Mars

You can subscribe to Kopernik’s Youtube channel HERE

In addition, the Kopernik Observatory Celebrates the 548th Birthday of its Namesake on Friday February 19th  with a virtual event “Winter Star Party” on their YouTube channel.

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