NASA readies Mars orbiter for atmosphere study

08/6/2013 | Space.com

The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft, or MAVEN, will launch in November to study the Mars atmosphere and help scientists learn why and how it disappeared. MAVEN arrived last week at Florida's Kennedy Space Center where NASA will begin testing the spacecraft, which is expected to reach orbit around Mars in September 2014.

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