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Topic - Brian Portock
NASA's most high-tech Mars rover plunged into the red planet's atmosphere Sunday night in an attempt to safely reach the surface with a complex new landing technique.
NASA's most high-tech Mars rover on Sunday zeroed in on the red planet where it will attempt a tricky celestial gymnastics routine during a "seven minutes of terror" plummet through the atmosphere.
The most high-tech rover NASA has ever designed was speeding toward Mars on Sunday to attempt an acrobatic landing on the planet's surface.
"We're ready to head in," said mission manager Brian Portock.