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… unless you have a Mars lander June 16, 2008

Posted by sneaks in adult, J is for Juvenile, nonfiction.
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There’s nothing to do on Mars is the title of a fun picture book by Chris Gall, but NASA begs to differ. Here’s the latest from the agency’s Phoenix Mars Mission:

June 13, 2008 New observations from NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander provide the most magnified view ever seen of Martian soil, showing particles clumping together even at the smallest visible scale.

In the past two days, two instruments on the lander deck — a microscope and a bake-and-sniff analyzer — have begun inspecting soil samples delivered by the scoop on Phoenix’s Robotic Arm.

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