In first, Perseverance Mars rover makes oxygen on another planet
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Kennedy Space Center (United States) (AFP) – NASA’s Perseverance rover keeps making history. The six-wheeled robot has converted some carbon dioxide from the Martian atmosphere into oxygen, the first time this has happened on another planet, the space agency said Wednesday.  “This is a critical first step at converting carbon dioxide to oxygen on Mars,” said Jim Reuter, associate administrator for NASA’s space technology mission directorate. The technology demonstration took place on April 20, and it’s hoped future versions of the experimental instrument that was used could pave the way for fu…

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