NASA has competitively selected a suite of seven advanced instruments for its planned Mars 2020 rover that scientists hope will find evidence life has existed on the Red Planet and may still. A reprise of the nuclear-powered Curiosity rover now exploring the floor of Gale Crater near the planet’s equator, the version to launch in 2020 also will cache promising samples for eventual return to Earth for detailed analysis with "the best instruments" that will be available in ...


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