NASA Will Build Another Curiosity Mars Rover

Credit: NASA-JPL/Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems
NASA space-science managers and the scientists they serve want to use the newly announced Curiosity 2.0 rover to collect samples for eventual analysis on Earth. But with U.S. federal spending teetering on the “fiscal cliff,” the space agency's White House overseers are not ready to commit to a...

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