A new land rover has been released by NASA that cost more than a Boeing 747 jetliner.
A new landing zone for a new rover that will test new technologies that might someday be used to return to the moon, Mars, or other destinations is now on hold as NASA tries to make a decision about how to make the Mars 2020 rover and the other rover products ready for a return to space.
That’s why we’re taking a closer look at what you might have missed during a long news blackout.
This article originally appeared on Ars Technic.
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