NASA to provide first update on Perseverance rover since landing
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In addition to presenting previous accomplishments, the Perseverance team will spotlight what “firsts” are to come as they forge past the testing stage.
Alana Johnson, NASA Planetary Science Division’s senior communications specialist, told Fox News that the conference is an “update briefing on how all the system check-outs are going.”
Included in the briefing are JPL Perseverance Deputy Mission Manager Robert Hogg, Perseverance mobility test bed engineer Anais Zarifian, and Perseverance deputy project scientist Katie Stack Morgan.
Members of the public can ask questions during the conference on social media using the hashtag #CountdownToMars.
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