NASA Spacecraft To Prepare For Mars 2020 Rover Landing Written 12 February 2019

CNET News reports that “in preparation for the launch of its next Mars rover, NASA is undertaking some quick, interplanetary KonMari.” NASA wants to have the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) spacecraft operate “as a communications relay for the Mars 2020 rover mission.” The spacecraft “has been orbiting Mars since September 2014, occasionally dipping into the Martian atmosphere to study how it has changed over time,” but NASA is “going to tidy up its orbit just a little.” 
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