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Simon Proud Jul 30
Cool, the GOES-16 satellite caught the smoke trail from this morning's Mars launch from Florida! You can see it in the middle of this video.
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Lauren Lyons Jul 30
Yaaaaassss! The brilliant, PhD-holding, lead planetary protection engineer for the mission, , co-hosting the launch webcast!
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Geological Society Jul 30
NASAs rover is officially on its way to Mars! πŸš€ It won't get there until Feb 2021 so in the meantime check out our Q&A below - answers provided by some brilliant planetary geologists πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡
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SPACE.com Jul 30
Hey space fans! It's LAUNCH DAY πŸš€ of NASA's rover! We're here in Cape Canaveral standing before the Atlas V rocket that will launch our beloved Percy. The launch is set for 7:50a ET today. You can watch it live here:
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Luke McKay Jul 30
My brother snapped this photo from an airplane as he was flying out of FLL this morning
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Lifewalker23 Jul 30
Who else is watching Coverage of the launch? BTW I love the animation you get for liking a tweet with
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Marc Russell Jul 30
Beautiful morning...go for launch...wish I was there!
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Rahul Jul 29
if you love mars, press β€œlike” & see the magic 😍πŸ”₯
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TheOctaByte Jul 28
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kinda late drawing but, safe trip perseverance!
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Yuri 3 Jul 30
Beautiful. Way to go πŸš€
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Vohlos Jul 30
Anyone else tearing up? No? Just me?
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KFC Trinidad & Tobago Jul 30
A planet without is a little sad, so we gave it an extra spicy look. πŸ”₯πŸ—
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aks_i_moron Jul 30
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DarkGosp Jul 30
An animation of Perseverance and Ingenuity, the rover and the helicopter that today will leave for Mars!
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AppleLeaker Jul 30
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EK Johnston Jul 30
GOOD MORNING, , THE COOLEST PERSON I KNOW.
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SPACE.com Jul 30
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Cool Science Videos Jul 30
NASA's new rover starts its 300-million-mile journey to the Red Planet to search for ancient life
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SPACE.com Jul 30
Liftoff is moments away! Don't miss Percy's launch to Mars. Watch it live here:
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