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By Miles O'Brien
Tracy K. Smith reads from her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Life on Mars."…
Tracy K. Smith reads from her poetry collection, "Life of Mars."…
Tracy K. Smith reads from "My God, It's Full of Stars," from her book, "Life on Mars."…
NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander sent what will probably be its last signal back to earth last week, succumbing to a dust storm and advancing winter weather. However, the lander outlived its planned three-month mission by two months.
By PBS NewsHour
After a 10-month, 422-million-mile voyage, NASA's Phoenix Mars lander touched down Sunday and began transmitting pictures from the arctic plains of the Red Planet where scientists hope to find evidence of water and life-sustaining conditions.
A spacecraft designed to search for life on Mars completed its nearly 10-month, 422-million-mile voyage Sunday, touching down the Red Planet and transmitting intriguing images from its northern arctic plains.
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