NASA’s next Mars rover rolls out Atlas V rocket to launch pad


Cape Canvas, Fla. – A Joint Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas v rocket Rolled up on pad on Tuesday (July 28) in preparation for launch NASA Perseverance Rover Towards Mars.

The mission is scheduled to explode from Space Launch Complex 41 (SLC-41) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station during a two-hour window on Thursday (30 July), which opens at 7:50 pm EDT (1150 GMT).

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