NASA has revealed the instruments it plans to develop for the Mars 2020 rover.
The space agency held a news conference in Washington to announce the seven devices it has selected out of 58 proposals from researchers and engineers.
The selection includes a device aimed at producing oxygen on the red planet and an instrument to analyze weather patterns.
NASA says the devices will cost about 130 million dollars to develop.
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