NASA has landed a rover on Mars, the largest rover ever flown, and the landing site is set for an extensive science mission.
The Mars 2020 rover is now in orbit, and will be sent to a site on the red planet where it will look at the Red Planet’s surface, the environment and the impact on the surface.
Mars 2020 is the first rover mission to explore the surface of Mars, a task that has required decades of research and development, and NASA has been working on landing on the Red Mars for several years.
This mission will be the largest and most complex mission ever to land on Mars.
The rover is being assembled by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Los Angeles, California, and has been dubbed “Rover 2021” for a reason.
The mission has been delayed several times, and some of the work has been halted.
But the rover is in good shape, and it’s going to be ready to go to Mars in 2021.
The rovers landing on Red Mars, which will be called the Mars 2020 Mars landing.
The lander will be able to explore areas on the Martian surface that it hasn’t been able to do before, including rocks, soil and soil samples.
The landing site, called “Mars Landing 2020,” will be a complex geological structure that includes a lake and a basin that will have water flowing down from the surface and being sucked into the lake.
The team plans to send a robotic arm called a “rover,” which will explore the area in an attempt to find a way to return the rover to the surface in order to get samples and other information back to Earth.
The robotic arm will carry a camera, and a drill, which could also be used to drill into the surface to collect samples.
Engineers have already started work on a plan for a parachute to get the rover into the Martian atmosphere.
NASA will be using a robot called Curiosity, which is about the size of a house, to land the rover on the moon, and then land on the same moon.
The NASA rover is the only vehicle in history to land without landing on another planet, and is set to spend a year on Mars before heading back to its original home on Earth.
NASA has a rover named Rover 2020, which was designed to explore Mars in 2020.
In 2021, the rover will return to Earth and land on Earth’s soil.
The first landing will take place at an area called Gale Crater in southern Utah, the first such landing on Earth in about 200 years.