Mars Curiosity Rover Keeps On Climbing

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s nine-year-old Mars Curiosity rover is climbing out of a region rich in clay minerals that likely formed in a warmer, wet era on the now cold and dry red planet and into a region dominated by salty minerals called sulfates, the agency said Aug. 17. “The rocks here will begin to tell us...

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