NASA's Curiosity rover has reportedly discovered radiation levels on Mars are low enough for humans to survive, granted they stay alive during the six-month journey to the Red Planet. In a press conference on Friday, top NASA officials say recent data obtained by the one-ton rover shows radiation levels on Mars are low enough for humans... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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