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NASA confirms Perseverance rover has landed on Mars


NASA said Thursday that the Perseverance rover has touched down on the surface of Mars after successfully overcoming a risky landing phase known as the "seven minutes of terror." "Touchdown confirmed," said operations lead Swati Mohan as mission control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory headquarters erupted in cheers. [COMPLETES VIDI93C2A4_EN] IMAGES

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