After an exciting journey, the Perseverance gave space-enthusiasts everywhere a front row view itself taking in the sights of the red planet. It took hours to correct the problem, there it was, just snapping away like Grandpa visiting Japan for the first time since the war.

“My God, it’s spectacular,” exclaimed NASA’s Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk. “We’ve come so far as a species, and it feels amazing to be able to show the Martians what we’ve been up to. I mean, I’m joking, of course. They always know what we’re up to. Kidding, kidding. I’m going to have to end this interview now, thank you.”