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August of Wind: Storm Chasing on the Red Planet
Topic: Mars
08/08/02
On August 8th, a rare Mars Orbital Camera image was released capturing a dust devil in the act of creating a streak as it climbed an embankment out of a crater.

Cliff-hangers: The all-terrain Mars rover
Topic: Mars
07/01/02
In a first-of-its-kind test, a JPL team of robotics experts recently began off-road exploration into how an ideal Mars rover might handle the bumps and cliffs expected on Mars.

Odyssey Finds Large Concentrations of Water on Mars
Topic: Mars
06/02/02
The first results from the Mars Odyssey are in, and they reveal that the Southern Hemisphere of the Red Planet has a lot of water ice just below the surface.

Europe Heads for Mars
Topic: Mars
06/02/02
The Beagle 2, a compact, lightweight lander carried on the European Space Agency's (ESA) Mars Express, will search for signs of life on the red planet.

Simulating a Martian Colony in the Arctic
Topic: Mars
06/02/02
Once again, an island in the Canadian high arctic, a polar desert of a world, will serve this summer as a little bit of Mars on Earth.

Return to the Red Planet
Topic: Mars
06/02/02
On Saturday, April 7, NASA's next mission to Mars is set to launch. The 2001 Mars Odyssey will investigate the history of water on the Red Planet.

Roses for the Red Planet
Topic: Mars
06/02/02
Scientists discuss the importance and the possible risks of seeding the Red Planet.

Odyssey Finds Large Concentrations of Water on Mars
Topic: Mars
03/04/02
The first results from the Mars Odyssey are in, and they reveal that the Southern Hemisphere of the Red Planet has a lot of water ice just below the surface.

Europe Heads for Mars
Topic: Mars
11/14/01
The Beagle 2, a compact, lightweight lander carried on the European Space Agency's (ESA) Mars Express, will search for signs of life on the red planet.

Mars: Dead or Alive?
Topic: Mars
07/18/01
Recent research on the planet has convinced some scientists that Mars may still be geologically active.
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