By Tamar Lapin
New York Post
Perseverance, NASA’s most cutting-edge robotic explorer to date, successfully landed on Mars Thursday — following a harrowing self-guided descent dubbed the “seven minutes of terror.”
Mission control at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory headquarters near Los Angeles erupted into applause and cheers at around 3:55 p.m. as radio signals confirmed the SUV-sized rover had survived its risky landing and arrived on Mars in one piece.
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