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Curiosity lands on Mars – bold step forward or backward in finding life?

August 6, 2012

By Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. Early this morning US Eastern Time, the Mars Science Laboratory (aka Curiosity rover) successfully landed on Mars. “Curiosity’s main assignment,” according to NASA, “is to investigate whether its study area ever has offered environmental conditions favorable for microbial life.” To achieve its two year exploratory mission, the nuclear powered Curiosity […]

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