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NASA receives first weather reports from Perseverance rover on Mars at Jezero Crater – Washington Post

The weather data is crucial as the first flight of Ingenuity draws near.

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NASAs Perseverance rover may unlock mysteries behind weather on Mars
Perseverance, which was launched from Earth on July 30, arrived on the Red Planet in mid-February and has been exploring the Martian surface and collecting various types of data.
Among them is weather data, which scientists say will better shape what we know about radiative processes and the cycle of water in Marss atmosphere. There isnt much of it, but water trapped beneath solid carbon-dioxide ice caps at the poles can be vaporized…

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