NASA is offering a very up close and personal look at the next Mars rover. You can watch it being built in real time on two live feeds coming straight from the the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
"There is so much happening and changing in the clean room, I come here every opportunity I get," Mars 2020 project manager John McNamee of JPL said in a statement. "It is great that we can share this part of our journey to the Red Planet with the public anytime they want."
The video is audio-free, but offers a bird's-eye view of the rover. You can view one feed through NASA's website and the other through YouTube. NASA is also hosting live moderated chats Monday through Thursday at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. PT, where the team will answer questions from the public.
The rover is expected to launch July 17, 2020 and will land on Mars on Feb. 18, 2021.
Plus if you actually want to go to Mars (kind of), sign up to send your name to the Red Planet and get a personalized boarding pass.
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