Wrapped up a good week of science at “Bastide” rock. I’ve hit the road again and I’m on the lookout for a good “parking spot” to wait out solar conjunction (when the Sun blocks signals to Mars). Lots of “parking” spaces to choose from.

Location map: go.nasa.gov/where-is-persevera

2021-09-23 15:47:34

I core rocks, do science and occasionally I take selfies.

I took this one at “Citadelle” after collecting two rock cores from the rock “Rochette,” shown here on the bottom left.

📸 See more pics: go.nasa.gov/3zkNccg
🎥 Learn how I take selfies: go.nasa.gov/35PjDTJ

2021-09-20 17:56:30

Flight 14 by the is coming up to help scout areas I may visit in the future.

More on that flight and the challenges of flying on Mars: go.nasa.gov/3ErNyRW

2021-09-17 21:02:46

The name’s Perseverance, and I love nothing more than staring at rocks and figuring out how they got there. Here’s my new parking spot for my next round of Mars science.

Latest images: go.nasa.gov/perseverance-raw-i

2021-09-17 16:36:12

I’m carefully winding my way through some sandy ripples, while taking in the sights of the layered rocks around me. With another day or two of driving, I should be at my next destination.

Latest images: go.nasa.gov/perseverance-raw-i

2021-09-15 19:39:00

Coming down off the ridge and heading into the “South Séítah” region, which the began scouting last month. Together, our cameras have spied some interesting rock formations up ahead. (Mine on left, Ingenuity’s on right.)

Interactive map: go.nasa.gov/3sZ16NO

2021-09-14 23:10:30

All the latest on : Join my team live today (9 a.m. PDT/noon EDT/1600 UTC) for fresh updates on what I’ve been up to and what comes next. go.nasa.gov/mars2020watchonlin

2021-09-10 15:10:20

is underway. I’ve drilled into my rock target, and my team will be looking at more data and images to confirm if we were able to get and retain an intact core.

Latest images: go.nasa.gov/perseverance-raw-i

2021-09-02 07:41:37

I’m trying to get to know rocks on a deeper level. As I get ready to scour a small hole in my new target rock, get a look at the tool I’m using and how it works.

One of my engineers explains: go.nasa.gov/3gDjIQu

2021-08-27 20:08:53

Meet some of the many women who help keep me and other @NASAMars missions operating every day.

“Martian” profiles: go.nasa.gov/3DvSMvM

@WomenNASA @NASASTEM

2021-08-26 23:10:31

The rocks on top of this ridge have been sitting here getting sandblasted by Mars winds for eons. This one looks like a good, solid target for my next drilling effort. Next step: abrade a small test patch.

Read more: go.nasa.gov/3DuOeG3

2021-08-26 18:43:57

Ingenuity captured 10 color images of this region, which can help my team figure out whether I should drive ahead to investigate potentially interesting rocks in “South Seítah” or remain in my current location.

2021-08-25 20:06:59

When you’re in a new land, you can’t help but take lots of pictures. In my six months as a Martian resident, I’ve built up quite a collection. See all my photos here, and even upvote your favorites to become Image of the Week: go.nasa.gov/perseverance-raw-i

2021-08-18 21:08:06

I’ve made it to Mars, but I didn’t make it alone. As many head , see some of the places an education can take you. Check out the team of “Martians” whose @NASASTEM careers keep me roving: mars.nasa.gov/people

2021-08-13 18:10:16

Are you able to find me? Ingenuity captured me hard at work as it scouted the South Séítah region here in Jezero Crater.

2021-08-11 18:15:38

My first drill hole on Mars! Collecting and storing rock samples is a big and complex task, and this is a huge step. Next step: processing.

go.nasa.gov/perseverance-raw-i

2021-08-06 09:13:00

My team has been preparing me for this moment for years. On the eve of , my chief engineer for sampling and caching shares her thoughts.

Read blog: go.nasa.gov/37mOZBX

2021-08-05 21:02:17

The has made it safely to its latest “airfield,” northwest of my current spot. Can’t wait to see the scouting images it sends back from this area.

2021-08-05 19:14:47

This is it—the target for my first core sample. This rock may be the oldest I get to sample, so it’ll be a great start to my rock collection.

Read more on what’s ahead: go.nasa.gov/2VswXMb

2021-08-05 17:22:59

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