It's an unprecedented event for NASA scientists: the Curiosity rover successfully drilled into rock on Mars, unearthing pristine materials never before analyzed by human eyes or human-built robots. The car-sized, six-wheeled robot drilled a flat outcrop of rocks in the Martian basin known as Yellowknife Bay, where water once flowed... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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