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For the first time, a young comet-like object has been spotted near Jupiter’s ancient Trojan asteroids. @NASAHubble captured visible-light snapshots of the object showing signs of comet activity, such as a tail and an enveloping coma of dust and gas.
Take a guided tour around the first high-def 360-degree view of Jezero Crater today, Feb. 25, 1pm PT (4pm ET/2100 GMT). @NASAPersevere experts will walk us through the new Martian terrain, explain why it’s got scientists excited & answer your questions.
This 360-degree view of Jezero Crater comes from @NASAPersevere's dual Mastcam-Z instrument, which has the ability to zoom in, focus and take HD video, panoramic color and 3D images. Zoom in on this panorama made of 142 separate images with the tool at
The @NASAPersevere rover captured the first microphone-recorded sounds of Mars. Catch the latest episode of @NASA’s Curious Universe to have mission experts walk you through landing day & explain what you’re hearing. #CountdownToMars
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On Thursday, I joined the world and watched in awe as the Perseverance Rover touched down on the surface of Mars. It was a remarkable feat — one made possible by the hard work and ingenuity of the team at @NASA.
I called to congratulate them on their historic landing.
Looking forward to welcoming you to our corner of the universe, Mr. President. Until then, we'll keep answering the call to innovate and explore.
We landed on Mars, but our mission is just beginning! Continue the adventure with @NASA's Mission to Mars Student Challenge! We're adding two bonus weeks with new lessons, activities, and videos for students.
Join the challenge today and explore more at
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