NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has reportedly hit the "jackpot' on the Red Planet. According to NASA administrators, the rover has arrived at a site widely seen as the perfect location for determining whether water once flowed across the surface of the planet. NASA engineers have spent the better half of a month directing the rover to the location, where white veins of minerals course through rocks on the floor of Mars's Gale Crater... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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