Search for life from 2020's Mars Rovers
| By The Cosmos
From the New York Times:
…The Perseverance rover and its little sibling, the Ingenuity helicopter, landed in a cloud of grit on Feb. 18, , bristling with antennas and cameras. Perseverance will spend the next Martian year “the equivalent of two Earth years” prowling, poking and collecting rocks from Jezero Crater and the river delta that enters it. The rover will scrutinize the debris chemically and geologically, and take photographs, so that scientists on Earth can search for any signs of ancient fossilization or other patterns that living organisms might have produced...
Read more about the Perseverance here