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    In the top story of 2012, NASA achieves success at Mars with the landing of the Curiosity rover. Curiosity’s first successful drive across the martian landscape was cause for celebration, and we took pause to reflect on MSL’s long-term goals. (Originally published on 08/27/12)
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    Curiosity’s first successful drive across the martian landscape is cause for celebration. Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman thinks it is also a good moment to pause and reflect on MSL’s long-term goals.
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    Astrobiology Magazine looks at the first images of the Curiosity rover at Mars, and the reasons that the MSL team are so excited about what they're seeing.
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    Curiosity has successfully touched down on Mars. Several minutes later, amidst the cheers and high-fives at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories, the rover’s first image was received on Earth.
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    Curiosity is scheduled to touch down on the martian surface at around 10:30 pm PDT on Sunday, August 5. Landing on Mars is an immense challenge, and in order to get to the surface, Curiosity will be using new technologies, like the "sky crane" system,
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    A team of scientists has traveled to remote Laguna Negra in the central Andes of Chile to test technologies that could one day be used to explore the lakes of Titan. While the Planetary Lake Lander (PLL) is positioned in its summer home, researchers study
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    A team of scientists has traveled to remote Laguna Negra in the central Andes of Chile to test technologies that could one day be used to explore the lakes of Titan. Astrobiology Magazine's Expeditions Editor, Henry Bortman, provides a first-hand account of their progress.
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    A team of scientists has traveled to remote Laguna Negra in the central Andes of Chile to test technologies that could one day be used to explore the lakes of Titan. Astrobiology Magazine's Expeditions Editor, Henry Bortman, provides a first-hand account of their progress.
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    A team of scientists has traveled to remote Laguna Negra in the central Andes of Chile to test technologies that could one day be used to explore the lakes of Titan. Astrobiology Magazine's Expeditions Editor, Henry Bortman, provides a first-hand account of their progress.
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    El editor de investigación de campo del Astrobiology Magazine, Henry Bortman ha pasado recientemente dos semanas en la Isla Devon, en el Ártico canadiense con el proyecto Haughton-Mars. Uno de los proyectos que ha observado ha sido la prueba del IceBreaker (RompeHielo), un taladro diseñado
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    Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic with the Haughton-Mars Project. One of the projects he observed was the testing of IceBreaker, a drill designed for a future mission to search of signs of
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    Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island, in the Canadian Arctic, with researchers from the Haughton-Mars Project. In this article, Bortman shares the story of the island´s travels about the globe.
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    El editor de investigación de campo del Astrobiology Magazine Henry Bortman ha pasado recientemente dos semanas en la Isla Devon, en el Ártico canadiense, con investigadores del proyecto Haughton-Mars. En este artículo, Bortman comparte la historia de los viajes de la isla por el mundo.
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    Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic with the Haughton-Mars Project. Devon is a polar desert where researchers both study local geology and biology and conduct experiments to further the exploration of the moon,
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    Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent a week in British Columbia with scientists from the Pavilion Lake Research Project. In his fifth report he describes behind-the-scenes software that helps PLRP achieve its scientific goals.
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