Land rover lR3, which is scheduled to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Aug. 22, is expected to land on a sand dune near the Martian equator.
This is a promising site for a landing because it is located between a rock and a hard rock called a dune.
A soft rock called dunes can be drilled for potential landing sites and dunes are not uncommon in Mars.
Land rover LRT also is expected a landing on the dune with its parachute.
The parachute is part of the rover’s mission to the Red Planet.
The landing is also important because the rover has a parachute that can deploy for several minutes before it must be pulled back down by parachute.
Land Rover LRT’s first landing was in February 2018 when it landed on the Red Sea.
Landers on other missions to Mars have also landed on dunes.
But landing on dune is a challenging landing because the dunes cannot be seen from the ground.
It takes a few hours for the rover to make its way through the dike and descend to the surface of the Martian dune where the parachute is to deploy.
Land on the surface will also require some help from parachutes.
Land rovers are not allowed to use parachutes because of a risk of the parachutes breaking or becoming tangled.
It is hoped that the landing will allow the rover and its crew to safely land on the site before it gets tangled up in the dikes.
In 2018, NASA also launched the Mars One mission to Mars with a rover and a robotic lander.
NASA’s Mars One rover is set to arrive on Mars sometime in 2021, and a lander mission is planned for 2030.
A landing on Mars has also been attempted with a landing vehicle called the Spirit of St. Louis, which was launched in 2012.
NASA is also planning to send a landers on a mission to a comet, called the Viking One, in 2020.