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NASA’s Perseverance rover begins looking for signs of life in Mars lake bed – CNET

The Martian rover has done plenty of rolling. Now it’s ready to rock.

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The Watson camera on the Perseverance rover’s Sherloc instrument focusing in on a region of the Mars surface. The test was performed on May 10. 
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Approximately 195 million miles away, on the surface of Mars, NASA’s helicopter Ingenuity has been performing some extreme feats of space exploration. The tiny rotorcraft achieved the first powered flight on another planet in April and has been stealing a lot of the Martian spotlight since. But its sister robot, the rover Perseverance,…

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