1. NASA Perseverance rover launch to Mars: How to watch live  CNET
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  3. NASA will soon try to fly a helicopter over Mars: "It really is like the Wright brothers' moment"  CBS News
  4. Going to Mars during a pandemic isn’t easy. But science must go on.  The Washington Post
  5. NASA's Perseverance rover readies for liftoff to Mars  Aljazeera.com
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Weather is looking good for NASA to launch Perseverance, the Mars 2020 rover, and Ingenuity, a helicopter, early Thursday morning.The epic journey to the red planet begins with a launch from Florida on July 30. And weather's looking good.

NASA Perseverance rover launch to Mars: How to watch live - CNET

Summer 2020 is a popular time for missions to Mars because of the way the planets align - but how long does it take to get there?Summer 2020 is a popular time for missions to Mars because of the way the planets align - but how long does it take to get there?

How long does it take to get to Mars - and why is it so difficult? - BBC News

The nuclear-powered rover will roam Mars' Jezero Crater, where some of the planet's oldest rock is exposed. It could find signs of ancient life.The nuclear-powered rover will roam Mars' Jezero Crater, where some of the planet's oldest rock is exposed. It could find signs of ancient life.

NASA Perseverance rover launches Thursday, will fly helicopter on Mars - Business Insider

NASA will launch today the Mars Perseverance rover on an epic journey to explore the Red Planet for evidence of alien life, past and present. NASA will launch today the Mars Perseverance rover on an epic journey to explore the Red Planet for evidence of alien life, past and present.

Perseverance launch: How to watch NASA launchn Mars rover LIVE online today | Science | News | Express.co.uk

The NASA Mars rover launch combined with Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos ambitions could change life for Earthlings forever.We need to start coming up with answers now if we are to avoid the failures and devastation caused by humanity's earlier acts of colonization.

The NASA Mars rover launch raises the question of how best to settle other planets

The nuclear-powered rover will roam Mars' Jezero Crater, where some of the planet's oldest rock is exposed. It could find signs of ancient life.

NASA is launching its $2.4 billion Perseverance Mars rover on Thursday. The nuclear-powered robot will test technologies astronauts need on the red planet.