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New Mexico's NASA connection: the Perseverance Mars rover and space veggies

Two of the machine’s various scientific instruments were developed in part at Los Alamos National Laboratory, according to a LANL release.

One of those pieces of equipment is called a “SuperCam.” The equipment has a laser that can “zap” rocks as far as 25 feet away, allowing for the study of rock samples that cannot be reached with Perseverance’s robotic arm.…

Source: The Business Journal

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