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NASA’s Perseverance Rover Has Made Oxygen On Mars For The First Time Ever – Forbes

In a week of major firsts on the Red Planet, NASA has announced that its Perseverance rover successfully turned carbon dioxide into oxygen in a planned test using…

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Perseverance touched down on Mars in February 2018.
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In a week of major firsts on the Red Planet, NASA has announced that its Perseverance rover successfully turned carbon dioxide into oxygen in a planned test using an onboard instrument.
The technology could one day be used by human missions to the Red Planet.
Earlier this week on Monday, April 19, a small drone deployed by Perseverance on the surface called Ingenuity took flight, the first controlled…

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