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17 February 2021
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Mission Mars 2020 with Agnès COUSIN (Geology, 2008)

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Tomorrow Thursday, February 18, 2021, a little before 10 pm the rover Perseverance will land on the Martian soil and more precisely in the Jezero crater.

On its edge, a small piece of Martian meteorite placed by Agnès COUSIN (Geology, 2008), Assistant Astronomer, so that the robot will have the right calibrations once arrived on the spot.

To learn more and live the landing of the Perseverance rover click here.

And to learn more about Agnès' career click here.




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