Cameras designed by ASU are attached to a rover NASA is sending to Mars

Early Thursday morning, NASA plans to launch a rocket that will carry the next rover to Mars. when it arrives on the red planet, most of the pictures we see from that rover will come from cameras designed by a scientist at Arizona State University. Catalyst host Vanessa Ruiz has this look ahead at the mission.

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