NASA has reportedly entered a new phase in it is mission on Mars, announcing Monday that it successfully began drilling into a rock suspected of holding evidence of past water. Project managers overseeing the Mars Curiosity rover mission used the bit of the drill on the rover's robotic arm to tap the surface of the rock, making a small dent... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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