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Amazing stuff will definitely be watching NASA broadcast when it happens, lover anything Space, Mars and Asteroid related.
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It’s Mars all the time lately. In just 7 days, @NASAInSight will perform its #MarsLanding AND this afternoon I’ll be announcing the future landing site for a rover we’ll send to the Red Planet in 2020. Listen live at noon ET: https://t.co/585R9RTAvM Use #askNASA for Qs pic.twitter.com/jeRLbRzShM— Thomas Zurbuchen (@Dr_ThomasZ) November 19, 2018
This is it! Picked after a lengthy search, Jezero Crater on #Mars has many things we hope to explore by landing our #Mars2020 rover there. In this crater, ancient water carved channels & transported sediments to form fans + deltas we want to learn about: https://t.co/ppfcAbw3fz pic.twitter.com/FIn1DivG9I— NASA (@NASA) November 19, 2018
HiPOD 14 Jan 2019: The Source of Dunes in Chasma Boreale— HiRISE (NASA) (@HiRISE) January 14, 2019
These dunes, which are near the head of the largest trough in the North Polar cap, were formed by strong winds blowing down the canyon toward its mouth.
NASA/JPL/University of Arizonahttps://t.co/pmOHW3ftIF#Mars #NASA pic.twitter.com/m892ajiOwa