What Can Perseverance Rover tell us about Mars? LIVE talk with NHM scientist – 23 February
What Can Perseverance Rover tell us about Mars?
Launched by NASA in July 2020, the Perseverance Rover landed on Mars on 18th February 2021. Its mission to search the Martian soil for evidence of ancient microbial life. Also collect samples to later be returned to Earth.
Join Science Communicator Alastair Hendry in conversation with Keyron Hickman-Lewis, one of only 5 UK scientists working on the Mars 2020 mission. Discover more about the mission and the potential impact of discovering evidence of life on other planets.
The Natural History Museum in London is home to over 80 million specimens. They include meteorites, dinosaur bones and a giant squid. Good to know that a British scientist was involved in the amazing Mars mission. Did you watch the launch of Perseverance Rover? What did you think of it?
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One of the British scientists to work on #PerserveranceRover is talking his role LIVE https://t.co/URLjJLYwZS join Keyron Hickman Lewis at the #naturalhistorymuseum #Perseverance #NASAPerseverance pic.twitter.com/crAOZVCCeX
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