Get ready Floridians, you'll be able to witness a bit of history this week. NASA’s newest Mars rover will launch from Florida's Kennedy Space Center tomorrow morning after months of delays due to the novel coronavirus. Called “Perseverance,” the rover is aptly named for the effort it took to complete preparations for the mission.\nPerseverance, along with its travel buddy the Ingenuity Helicopter, are scheduled to blast off from the Sunshine State tomorrow morning at 7:50 a.m., from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 41.\nFlorida Today reports that weather for tomorrow currently allows for an 80% “go” for the launch’s two-hour window. If Florida’s unpredictable weather delays the event, a Friday backup date has a 90% weather improvement, with Saturday dropping back to 80%.\nEditor's Choice: It Took Florida An Unbelievable Amount Of Time To Pull 5000 Pythons From The Everglades\nSpace Coast Launches gives some ideas for the best viewing spots to watch things blast off into space from Cape Canaveral, including Kelly Park East, the Exploration Tower, The Cove, and Jetty Park.\nWhile most of these spots are open to the public from dawn to dusk, you’ll want to double-check their admission times, so you don’t miss take-off!\nView this post on Instagram We are less than a week away from the launch of the Perseverance Mars rover. The payload fairing, or nose cone, containing @nasa’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover was maneuvered into place atop the @ulalaunch Atlas V rocket that will hurl it toward Mars. The launch is targeted for July 30 at 7:50 a.m. ET. A post shared by NASA's Kennedy Space Center (@nasakennedy) on Jul 24, 2020 at 7:07am PDT\nPerseverance is extra special because it’ll be the first rover to actively search for past signs of life on Mars, as well as collect rock samples.\nView this post on Instagram We are TWO days out in the #CountdownToMars! Perseverance has made her way to the launch pad at @NASAKennedy Space Center and is awaiting liftoff to the Red Planet on July 30 at 7:50 a.m. EDT. We are so excited for our new astrobiologist to set off and seek ancient signs of life on Mars. Can we count you in for launch? If so, comment what you’re most excited about with ‘Go for launch!’ below. Video Credit: NASA/Mark Hailey #LaunchTime #Mars #ScientistLife #NASA A post shared by NASA (@nasa) on Jul 28, 2020 at 3:02pm PDT\nIt’s even NASA’s first attempt at flying a helicopter on The Red Planet, including the ability to record sound and zoom in with their cameras for better viewing.\nView this post on Instagram We are just three days away from the launch of @nasa's newest Mars rover, Perseverance. Liftoff is currently scheduled for 7:50 a.m. ET onboard this @ulalaunch Atlas V rocket. The rover will seek signs of ancient life and collect rock and soil samples for possible return to Earth. 📸: @ulalaunch A post shared by NASA's Kennedy Space Center (@nasakennedy) on Jul 27, 2020 at 9:17am PDT\nPerseverance has already lived up its name and pulled through the trying times of the pandemic to finally arrive at a launch date, and it could be exciting to watch history in the making blast off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral.