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Title: Roving for Rocks on the Red Planet: The Mars Pathfinder Mission
Authors: Golombeck, M.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Mars is the most Earth-like planet in our solar system. It it the first planet humans will visit and the only planet that can support life in the future, with abundant water and the potential for terraforming it to make it more clement...As a result, an exploration program to the Red Planet will allow the investigation of a wide variety of importatn geological, climatological and exobiolgical topics, but can also address in a scientific manner the almost theological question of, Are we alone in the universe?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/27633
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