A new lander for NASA is scheduled to land on a mountain in China on Monday, the agency announced on Monday.
The rover is the first of its kind on Earth, and is meant to carry out a “sustained” probe into a geological feature called the “mountain,” or “dinosaur” to study the environment around it, NASA officials said.
The rover’s landing will occur at around 8:20 a.m.
ET (1420 GMT).
This article was originally published on March 9, 2017.