The rover's neutron spectroscopy instrument hints at an unexpected trend: The upper soil levels in the layers of Gale Crater's Kimberley formation seem to hold more water-associated hydrogen.Read More »Planetary Sciences
Future robotic missions to Mars hoping to peer beneath its surface in search of signs of life should target recent impact craters, where falling meteorites have done the drilling for them.Read More »Planetary Sciences
Where will the next Mars rovers will land? Think of the selection process as the science fair to end all science fairs, where participating scientists get first looks at the newest Mars data. Read More »
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