Watch live: NASA holds a news conference with new picture and sound from the Mars Perseverance Rover

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Watch live: NASA holds a news conference with new picture and sound from the Mars Perseverance Rover” – below is their description.

    NASA has released new pictures captured by the Perseverance rover after its dramatic touchdown on Mars.

    Sharing the never-before-seen photos and footage, an engineer said: “This really is the surface of an alien world – and we’ve just arrived.”

    The never-before-seen photos and footage comes days after the US space agency shared colour pictures of the robot’s landing – breathtaking images that will go down in history with the likes of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon.

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