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Teaching Space With NASA — Exploring Mars Science with the Perseverance Mars Rover
In this one-hour live workshop, we’ll get an in-depth look at how the Perseverance Mars rover will explore the science of the Red Planet, building on our understanding of the planet and preparing for future human missions. Explore related education resources at: jpl.nasa.gov/edu/teaching-space

Mission Events


NASA Channels

Launch Week Schedule

Below is a schedule of various activities to keep engaged and learn about the mission as we ramp up to launch. Tune in and join us.

Date Title Channel Can I ask questions?
July 22
12 p.m. PDT/
3 p.m. EDT
NASA Science Live: Flight Readiness Review
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July TBD Pre-Launch News Conference
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA KSC-JPL

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July TBD Mission Engineering and Science News Conference
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA KSC-JPL

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July TBD NASA Edge Show (showing spacecraft rollout)
Various Hosts
NASA TV
NASA 360

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July TBD Returning Samples from Mars and Paving the Way for Humans News Conference (L-2)
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA KSC-JPL

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July TBD Virtual NASA Social Broadcast from KSC and JPL
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA KSC-JPL

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
July 30
Early Morning
Launch Broadcast/TV Show
Mission Team Members
NASA TV
NASA KSC-JPL

via @NASA
using #AskNASA
Archived On-Demand Recordings
Date Title Channel
July 7 Teaching Space With NASA -
Exploring Mars Science With the Perseverance Mars Rover

Christina Hernandez, JPL Systems Engineer for PIXL
Replay on YouTube
NASAJPL Edu
June 23 Teaching Space With NASA -
Engineering the Perseverance Mars Rover

Matthew Smith, JPL Systems Engineer
Replay on YouTube
NASAJPL Edu
June 18 Von Kármán Lecture: Making a Mars Rover
Dr. Briony Horgan — Scientist, Mars 2020 mission and professor, Purdue University
Armen Toorian — System testbed lead for the Mars 2020 mission, NASA-JPL
Replay on YouTube
NASAJPL
June 17
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Launch Briefing
Read news release ›
Replay on YouTube
NASAJPL
June 16
Teaching Space With NASA -
Introducing the Perseverance Mars Rover

Farah Alibay, JPL Systems Engineer
Replay on YouTube
NASAJPL Edu
May 21
From Rockettes to Rockets
Heather Bottom, Systems Engineer
Replay Q&A Session
NASA JPL
May 14
Engineer Lands Spacecraft on Mars... Again
Al Chen, Entry, Descent and Landing Phase Lead
Replay Q&A Session
NASA JPL
May 7
Protecting Mars from Earth Bacteria
Moogega Stricker, Planetary Protection Lead
Replay Q&A Session
NASA JPL
April 30
Seeking Signs of Life in Ancient Martian Rocks
Katie Stack Morgan, Deputy Project Scientist
Replay Q&A Session
NASA JPL
April 29 Meet Ingenuity, the Mars Helicopter
MiMi Aung, Mars Helicopter Project Manager
Replay on YouTube
NASA JPL
April 21 Sticking the Red Planet Landing
Chloe Sackier and Al Chen, Mars 2020 Entry, Descent and Landing Engineers
Replay on YouTube
#NASAatHome Spaceport Series
April 13 NASA's New Mars Rover's 20/20 Vision
Jim Bell and Justin Maki, Mars Rover "Optometrists"
Replay on YouTube
#NASAatHome Spaceport Series
April 3
How to Transport NASA's New Mars Rover
David Stafford and Ben Marti, Integration Engineers
Replay on YouTube
#NASAatHome Spaceport Series

 

*Schedule is preliminary and subject to changes. All news briefings will be broadcast and streamed on NASA TV and this page.

For Media

News briefings and launch commentary will be streamed on NASA TV, NASA.gov/live, YouTube.com/NASAJPL and Ustream.tv/NASAJPL. On-demand recordings will also be available on the YouTube and Ustream pages after the live events have finished.

NASA TV channels are digital C-band signals carried by QPSK/DVB-S modulation on satellite Galaxy-13, transponder 11, at 127 degrees west longitude, with a downlink frequency of 3920 MHz, vertical polarization, data rate of 38.80 MHz, symbol rate of 28.0681 Mbps and 3/4 FEC. A Digital Video Broadcast-compliant Integrated Receiver Decoder is needed for reception.

For more information about NASA TV's programming schedule, visit www.nasa.gov/ntv.