We looked inside some of the tweets by @NASAPersevere and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Due to processing delays in preparations to unite me with the rocket, my first launch attempt will be no earlier than July 30. @NASA and @ulalaunch are working to update the target launch date and have been able to expand the launch period until Aug. 15. https://t.co/cwfwy5cTY0 https://t.co/XICMjwtx7h
My trip to Mars is now targeted for no earlier than July 22 at 6:35 am PT/9:35 am ET/1335 UTC due to a ground support systems issue identified during the packing of the spacecraft into protective fairings that go on top of the rocket. Almost ready to go. https://t.co/uBFpzW8qhR https://t.co/tumVzrKjNq
LIVE NOW 🔴 Mars 2020 scientist, Dr. Briony Horgan and system testbed engineer, Armen Toorian, walk us through how they develop a Mars rover mission and how they will get down to work after @NASAPersevere lands. Watch & chat: https://t.co/jAG2wm47rW #NASAatHome #CountdownToMars https://t.co/p0iP1hu2Vr
On track for launch in just over a month. The road has been long, but we’re persevering, inspired by the global medical community that’s gone above and beyond during #COVID19. That’s why I’m carrying this tribute plate for them, above and beyond to Mars. https://t.co/ye5Ab6oNrF https://t.co/t0xbX4JpAj
With about a month till @NASAPersevere’s launch, @NASA leaders, scientists & engineers will talk the latest on the #Mars2020 rover June 17, 11am PT (2pm ET, 1800 UTC). Questions will be answered live on the show. Submit yours with #askNASA. How to watch: https://t.co/1C2DGdWEjc https://t.co/6xVTCTepkr
Now at the launch complex: the first part of the Atlas V rocket that will lift me up to Mars. The pieces are coming together for launch day -- now just seven weeks away. https://t.co/fgkWeaYQis