It's a major success for the U.S. space agency. NASA officials announced early Saturday that its Mars rover has successfully drilled into a rock on the Martian surface, the first time a rover has probed the subsurface of Mars. The hole, which measures 0.63 inches (1.6 centimeters) wide and 2.5 inches deep, was seen by NASA in data and images sent back by the rover early Saturday... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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