NASA Mulls Landing Sites For 2020 Mars Mission

NASA Mulls Landing Sites For 2020 Mars Mission

Even as the Curiosity and Opportunity rovers continue to thrive on Mars, NASA is planning their successor, an ambitious multi-part mission that will entail two new rovers and a vehicle to return samples of Martian soil to Earth.

According to NASA, a panel of planetary geologists in Arlington, Virginia earlier this month whittled down the list of possible landing sites for the next Mars rover, due to launch in 2020.

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