Mars rover studies planet's bedrock

02/9/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The · NYTimes.com

Opportunity's felicitous landing close to Martian bedrock has helped the NASA rover live up to its name. Opportunity has started to examine the bedrock that scientists hope will answer the $64,000 question: Did Mars once have water that could have sustained life?

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