Do Mars Astronauts Need To Land?

HOUSTON—Three space veterans are advancing the notion of “exploration telepresence,” or scientifically skilled humans working hand in hand from Mars orbit with surface robots to hasten discovery with greater reach than operating on foot from a landing site. This strategy also would feature less...

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