LAUNCHED: JULY 30, 2020
LANDING: FEB. 18, 2021
We Called and You Answered!
Thanks to everyone, all over the world, who sent in their well-wishes and helped #CountdownToMars. You were part of history by participating in a global, collective sendoff. Enjoy this video of launch, featuring YOU!
What Makes a Great Countdown?To hear what goes into a real Mars launch countdown, here’s a great example from the Curiosity rover launch.
We wanted to hear YOUR version!
We asked: if you could do a launch countdown, what would you say? Our suggestions:
- Get your kids and/or pets involved
- Role play as a NASA flight director
- Give us your best announcer voice
- Send your “bon voyage” and best wishes to Perseverance
- Cheer, hold up signs, make costumes — you name it!
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