NASA has delayed the launch of its Mars rover Perseverance again, this time to no earlier than July 30, due to rocket preparation delays.


The launch of NASA’s next Mars rover has been pushed back yet again.

The car-size Perseverance rover, the centerpiece of NASA’s life-hunting Mars 2020 mission, will lift off no earlier than July 30, eight days later than the previous target date, agency officials announced today (June 30).

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