It's the big question everyone is wondering: Will NASA discover life when it begins drilling on Mars later this month. The U.S. space agency, which has expressed optimism about its upcoming drill, has simply said they will wait and hope, but that they are not making any promises. The one-ton rover, which is slated to begin drilling into the surface of Mars some time this month, has spent the past several weeks traveling across the region in order to reach an outcrop of rocks, that at least one NASA scientist says represents the jackpot... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.
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