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The robot is officially the fastest on the red planet.

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Perseverance has laid down its first tracks on Mars. 
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NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is on a roll, for the first time ever. In its first tentative steps on the red planet, the truck-size robot rolled forward from its landing spot 13 feet (4 meters), then turned in place 150 degrees to the left, backed up 8 feet (2.5 meters) and took the above image of its tracks in the Martian surface.
All six of the rover’s wheels are powered, technically making it a six-wheel-drive vehicle….

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