You’ll have to attend longer than you would possibly prefer to see the Perseverance rover start its journey to Mars. NASA and United Launch Alliance have delayed blast-off for the Mars 2020 mission from July 22nd to “no earlier than” July 30th. Processing issues with the launch automobile are accountable, NASA stated. A liquid oxygen sensor line produced “off-nominal data” throughout a follow session, and the mission group will want additional time to guage what occurred.
The company has extra time to launch if the 30th doesn’t work, at least. NASA had initially given itself until August fifth, however analysts have prolonged the window until August 15th and can decide if one other extension is feasible. The rover is predicted to land in Mars’ Jezero crater on February 18th, 2021.