NASA searches for new landing site for robot bound for Mars

NASA plans to launch a long-armed robot on a mission to Mars this summer. Scientists are looking for a new place to land the robot after ruling out the original landing spot when images from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter showed huge boulders spread over old crater rims on flat plains. The robot will search for signs of primitive life on Mars.

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