Mars rover studies planet's bedrock

02/9/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The ·

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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