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NASA Set To Return Samples From Mars Back To Earth

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NASA, along with the European Space Agency, is set to discuss the Mars sample return mission later this week.

The proposed mission aims to gather dust and rock samples from Mars and return them to Earth.

NASA's collaboration in partnership with ESA could be the world's first space mission to retrieve sample samples of another world. This includes the first launch off the surface of a different planet.

The samples are being taken by Perseverance as it explores the Jezero Crater, home to an ancient river delta.

This region within the Red Planet is thought to provide an ideal opportunity to study the early evolution of Mars and the possibility of life.

According to a press release, the briefing will be a presentation of the architectural proposal, which is expected to be finished in September 2022.

The teleconference is scheduled for July 27 at 11 a.m. and will be live-streamed online on the NASA website.