NASA's Perseverance rover closes in for landing on Mars

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Tomorrow, NASA officials say all systems are go for their most sophisticated rover landing ever Perseverance expected to land on Mars sometime tomorrow. Mission Scientists explain. They have new technology that will allow NASA to bring back samples from Mars. Although perseverance is currently about 125 million miles from Earth signals from the rover take just 11 minutes to reach our planet and first launched from Florida's Cape Canaveral at the end of July. James flipping NBC

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