LEWISHAM... WE HAVE A PROBLEM
Daily Star Sunday|February 28, 2021
Mars rover run from flat over salon
ISOBEL DICKINSON
A SCIENTIST is helping to run Nasa’s £2.7billion Mars Rover mission – from a one-bedroom flat above a hairdresser’s in Lewisham.

Prof Sanjeev Gupta should be based at mission control in California.

But travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic have forced the 55-year-old to work from home in south east London.

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