Curiosity rover drills beneath Mars’ surface for first time

Will Curiosity’s drill uncover evidence of past life on Mars?

Curiosity rover drills beneath Mars’ surface for first time

Science Recorder | Staff | Saturday, February 09, 2013

NASA's Mars Curiosity has achieved another milestone in its search for signs of past life on the Red Planet– successfully drilling into a rock which scientists believe once held water. The rover employed a drill attached to the end of its 7-foot-long robotic arm to drill into the flat, veined Martian rock... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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