Rod joins Leo to talk about how SpaceX's starship stuck the landing for the first time with SN10. Unfortunately, about 8 minutes later, it exploded. But it's definitely the next great step towards making space travel commonplace and affordable. And when it does, it'll be spectacular.
Meanwhile, on Mars, Perseverance took its first drive, only going about 3 feet and turning around. It took images of its landing site and then deployed its robotic arm and moved it around to make sure it worked. Next up is a longer drive around at .5 mph.
And check out ApolloinRealTime.org. Watch and listen to the Apollo moon landings in real-time.