From fist bumps at JPL to Mars donuts at Krispy Kreme and Red Planet billboards in New York City's Times Square, people went all out for the Perseverance rover (opens in new tab)'s landing.
NASA's newest Mars rover touched down in Jezero Crater (opens in new tab) on Mars on Feb. 18, 2021 and will explore the Red Planet in search of evidence of past or present life.
Video: Perseverance lands on Mars! See the mission control highlights (opens in new tab)
Live updates: NASA's Perseverance Mars rover mission (opens in new tab)
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