A seventh grader named NASA’s newest Mars rover | Science News for Students

Meet Perseverance. It’s NASA’s next ambassador to the Red Planet. The Mars rover’s new name was announced March 5. NASA held a six-month “Name the Rover” competition. It drew more than 28,000 entries from students in kindergarten through high school. Students were asked to make their name suggestions in essays. https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/nasa-newest-mars-rover-named-perseverance

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Magnetic Fields Around Mars InSight are 10x Stronger than Scientists Expected | Universe Today

When NASA’s Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (Insight) lander set down on Mars in November of 2018, it began its two-year primary mission of studying Mars’ seismology and interior environment. And now, just over a year and a half later, the results of the lander’s first twelve months on the Martian surface have […]

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