About 20 meters off the surface. We're getting signals from MRO UHF is good. Touchdown confirmed. Perseverance is safely on the surface of Mars. [Applause] Hello. Hello Mr. President. Hey Steve. Congratulations, man. Hey, thank you so much sir. I'm so proud of you guys and tell all your folks down there. I watched it with baited breath., like millions of other people around the world. NASA hopes that the Perseverance can find evidence of ancient life on Mars. It's the ninth successful landing on mars since the 1970s, all completed by the United States. There ain't nothing, we can't do with folks like you. Nothing. I agree, sir, it was an amazing team and another amazing accomplishment. Thank you so much for your support and your and your congratulations. I absolutely will pass it on to the team. Well, please do and tell them I am so so, so impressed. A lot of what we do is show the United States and the world, the country in the world. what is possible -- That's right. -- and we did that again today. You sure did. Well, I look forward to coming down there sometime, but thanks pal, keep it going. I'm proud of you. Thank you, sir. All right, bye, bye. Bye bye.