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Mars Spacecraft Shifted
August 06, 2012
NASA tweaked the paths of its Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Odyssey orbiter in preparation for the planned landing of the car-sized rover in a crater near the Martian equator early Aug. 6. Controllers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory fired thrusters on MSL twice for a total of 6 sec. at 1 a.m...
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