Should NASA's Next Mars Rover Tread New Ground?

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Unfortunately for NASA’s Curiosity rover, you can’t call a mechanic on Mars. A NASA image (above), taken 19 March, 2017 and posted online yesterday, shows that one of the zig-zag treads, or grousers, on Curiosity’s left middle wheel has broken (arrow). Two such tread fractures have occurred in the past 8 weeks, the space agency reports.

Two of the raised treads, called grousers, on the left middle wheel of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover broke during the first quarter of including the one seen partially detached at the top of the wheel …

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Cientista sugere procurar por vestígios de antigas civilizações no Sistema Solar  Artigo apresenta a hipótese de que inteligências extraterrestres podem ter existido antes da humanidade, e como procurar por seus vestígios     Leia mais: http://ufo.com.br/noticias/cientista-sugere-procurar-por-vestigios-de-antigas-civilizacoes-no-sistema-solar    CRÉDITO: NASA    #NASA #SistemaSolar #Civilizações #Vestigios #JasonWright #RevistaUFO

The rampant lion appears to be a very strong, and old, image. I wont get into the where, why, when but will go directly to providing several examples that appear to all be connected in some way.

Should NASA's Next Mars Rover Tread New Ground?

The search for Martian life may take NASA's next Red Planet rover to a site already explored by one of its smaller cousins.

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