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Mars 2020 mission: NASA prepared for risks of launching nuclear-powered rover

Florida Today reported.But the risk of any radioactive material being released over the Space Coast is extremely low, NASA officials say, and the likelihood of anybody being harmed by it is even lower.“Within that first minute or so is the only chance that we have of the launch area really being put under concern,” explained Bob Holl, the NASA official leading the radiological response planning for the launch scheduled for July 30.“The most probable outcome of the launch is a successful mission.

That’s certainly why NASA is using the most reliable launch vehicle that is out there,” he said.The Perseverance rover is set to blast off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on July 30 and journey to.

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