The seven month long journey is finally of as NASA Perseverance lands on Mars and sends pictures back. As ground controllers touched down, there was joy of cheers as they jumped for joy.
Perseverance will eventually drill down on Mars to collect materials and samples to see if their was ever signs of life. A price tag of 2.7bn of the development and research. But the rover will encounter many problems including cliff, dunes and boulders. The rover is also equipped with a mini rotor blades that help move around on the planet.