Members of NASA's Perseverance rover mission work remotely from home during the coronavirus outbreak

April 21, 2020

With the launch period for the Perseverance mission opening July 17, 2020, members of NASA's Perseverance Mars rover project continue the mission's march to the launch pad while working from their home offices during the coronavirus outbreak . Clockwise from upper left: lead mobility systems engineer Rich Rieber (with son Ben); deputy project scientist Katie Stack Morgan; mission system verification and validation supervisor Ruth Fragoso; mission design and navigation manager Fernando Abilleira (below mission logo); staff assistant Monica Hopper; systems engineer Heather Bottom; project chief engineer Adam Steltzner; guidance and control systems engineer Swati Mohan; entry, Descent and Landing Phase Lead Al Chen (with son Max ); project manager John McNamee; and Entry, Descent and Landing Systems Engineer Cj Giovingo.




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