NASA team prepares to pitch robotic airplane for Mars mission

10/8/2010 | Space.com

Atmospheric scientist Joel Levine is leading an effort to send a robotic, rocket-powered airplane to Mars in order to collect more evidence of the conditions for life on the planet. Levine has formed a team of 250 people at NASA's Langley Research Center to bring the ARES Mars airplane mission to fruition, and the team is preparing for the next NASA Mars mission solicitation.

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