To try and stop the spread of the coronavirus, lots of people have left their offices and have started working from home instead.
That means all sorts of workers, including the scientists who work at Nasa.
They've had to find ways of doing their important jobs from home - like controlling the Curiosity rover that's on Mars right now.
The main aim of the rover mission is to find out if Mars has ever had the conditions to support life.
And they've figured out a way to help control the rover straight from their living rooms!
Normally the team use high-tech goggles to look at 3D photos of the terrain on Mars and use that information to decide where it's safe for the rover to go.
But the goggles don't work away from Nasa HQ - so they've started using old red-blue/green 3D glasses instead! And apparently they work nearly as well!
The glasses are a bit like the ones you'd wear in the cinema if you were going to see a film in 3D.
Nasa said: "Although not as immersive or comfortable as the goggles, they work just as well for planning drives and arm movements."
Curiosity science operations team chief Carrie Bridge said: "It's classic, textbook Nasa... We're presented with a problem and we figure out how to make things work. Mars isn't standing still for us - we're still exploring."