Mars Science Lab Still Patiently Sampling Soil

Credit: Credit: NASA/JPL
SAN FRANCISCO — Initial analysis of Martian soil by the full suite of instruments aboard NASA’s Curiosity rover is not yielding any particular surprises for project scientists so far, who are trying to manage expectations of how quickly the $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission might...

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