NASA Lands on Mars

As we go on about our everyday lives, history's being made right at this very moment. NASA has safely landed on Mars, proving that perseverance can really get us anywhere.


Perseverance, the official NASA robotic machine, halanded on Mars at 3:55 pm. ET. after a seven month of journey. The mission will be entirely focused on finding microorganisms and signs of antique life to bring back to Earth for examinations.

Jimmy Kimmel didn't waste time in congratulating the NASA team for the outstanding work they're doing.

This revolutionary experience could be the beginning of a broader conversation. One that sees our species on the Red Planet in the future.

For now, let's just enjoy this groundbreaking day where NASA's Persevere seems to have done the unachievable.

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