Science, technology and exploration managers at NASA will review 58 proposals for instruments to mount on the Curiosity-class rover it plans to send to Mars in 2020, about twice the number received for instrument competitions in recent years. Tasks the selected instruments are likely to perform include assessing the geology of the landing site, searching for evidence of ancient life and assessing the environment for resources future human explorers may be able to use. Also on the list ...
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