NYC’s Empire State Building turns red to celebrate NASA’s Perseverance rover


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The Empire State Building in New York City was illuminated with red lights to celebrate the landing of NASA's Mars rover Perseverance.

The Empire State Building in New York City glows bright red to celebrate the landing of NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance. (Image credit: Emma Howells/NASA)
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The Empire State Building in New York City was illuminated with red lights to celebrate the landing of NASA's Mars rover Perseverance.

A closeup view of New York City’s Empire State Building, which was illuminated in red Tuesday (Feb. 16) to celebrate the upcoming landing attempt of NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance. (Image credit: Emma Howells/NASA)
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The Empire State Building in New York City was illuminated with red lights to celebrate the landing of NASA's Mars rover Perseverance.

A view of the New York City skyline with the Empire State Building glowing red to honor NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover. (Image credit: Emma Howells/NASA)

New York City’s most famous building turned red overnight to celebrate NASA’s Perseverance rover landing today (Feb. 18).

The Empire State Building was illuminated from sundown Tuesday (Feb. 16) to early Wednesday morning (Feb. 17), NASA said in a statement and photo descriptions on the agency’s Flickr stream.





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