The launch window is scheduled for the early morning hours between May 5 and June 8, from the Vandenberg base in California.
During these two weeks, the launch will be able to occur within a two-hour window starting at 4:00 a.m. and will shift 5 minutes with each passing day.
Regardless of the exact day of departure, the arrival on Mars is scheduled for November 26, after a journey of 485 million kilometers.

NASA permitting, we’ll try to set up a live streaming on the occasion of its arrival on Mars…. 😉

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