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Is This the Machine That Will Finally Find Life On Mars?
It may not look like much, but this humble 'bot may be our best shot at proving we're not alone in the universe. First, though, the scientists testing it in Chile's Atacama Desert have to figure out how to control the thing
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
The best tool yet for finding water on the Red Planet
Mars in Focus
A flying camera bound for the Red Planet may turn up water and a lost spacecraft or two
Cruising to Mars
NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the largest and most powerful spacecraft ever built, is bound for the Red Planet this August....
High-Tech Education: Boston
In 1998, Boston became the first major school district to connect all its schools to the Internet
It may not be faster or cheaper, but the spacecraft headed for Saturn aims to be better than anything we've flung across the solar system.
1 step forward, 2 back?
Where's the money for President Bush's bold new vision going to come from?
Express to Mars
Space exploration: The Scout program's innovative 'Final Four.'
NASA has had its share of ups and downs over the years.
Exploring Mars by Bulldozer
Tiny robotic bulldozers may soon be on their way to Mars.