NASA’s Curiosity Rover Reports Back on “Most Chemically Diverse Part” of Gale Crater on Mars

[ad_1] An image of a rock called “Ben Hee,” taken with the ChemCam instrument. It shows bedrock filled with dark nodules, which usually form in soft sediments found in active lakes on Earth. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS/LANL/IRAP-CNES ChemCam played a key role in analyzing new data. The first study of the Glen Torridon region in Mars’ Gale […]

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Making Fast Tracks to the Delta

[ad_1] Animation of the Perseverance Rover driving on Mars. NASA/JPL-Caltech Perseverance is in a drive campaign going faster than any previous rover. How fast, you may ask? Its actual speed is just under a tenth of a mile per hour, but it’s faster than its predecessors. It is making comparatively rapid progress by devoting several […]

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