Landing a rover in Mars is the ultimate test of both the technology and the mindset.
Landing a rover, on the other hand, is a way to test a pilot system, and that’s where engineers need to know how to land their robot in the right place at the right time.
That’s where NASA’s Mars 2020 rover will have to make its debut.
“This is the first time NASA has ever used the rover to test landers in orbit,” said David Collins, an engineer on NASA’s Science Mission Directorate’s Mars Science Laboratory team that is developing the rover.
Collins and his team will be the ones doing the testing.
The rover will be equipped with the same rover-to-lander landing technique that has been used on the Curiosity rover.
The landing will occur on Mars’ Gale Crater, a crater that has long been the site of the largest landings of any planet in our solar system.
A lander that’s attached to a rover’s body is called a landing arm.
The rover will use its landing arm to send the rover’s landing gear into orbit around the crater, which will then be dragged to Mars.
NASA and JPL, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, managed the rover and are using the landing arm as a testbed.
While landing on Mars, the rover will also be used to test the rover, and it will be used in a few other missions as well.
It’s not yet clear how NASA will use the rover in its mission, but Collins said the agency will be testing how the rover handles different types of situations.
For example, the team plans to send back pictures of the lander’s landing, and will also try to get an idea of how the landing system handles different temperatures.
To test landing gear and landing systems on Mars is a challenging undertaking, and the rover is not the most powerful rover on the planet.
It can only handle about 1,000 pounds of force.
Instead, NASA will be using the rover as a learning platform, and trying to learn more about how to deal with different situations.
For example, it may want to be able to handle high temperatures better and avoid impacts, Collins said.
The rover also will be tested in different kinds of terrain.
One of the ways that the rover can test its capabilities in such conditions is by going on a mission called a mission to the surface.
On a mission like this, the mission will take a rover from Earth and return it to Mars, where it will test its landing system, its electronics, and how to get it to the right spot.
In this case, NASA is also sending its rover to the Red Planet to help NASA figure out what’s causing problems on Mars.
The mission will test the landing systems, and what is causing them to break up, as well as the rover itself.
This mission, known as ROAM, was launched in 2021.
NASA’s rovers on Mars currently include Curiosity, Opportunity, and MAVEN, which are all named for the Greek goddess of the dawn, who is also the sun.