NASA's Mars rover is set to begin drilling into a rock in the planet's "John Klein" outcrop once it passes a series of hardware tests. The Curiosity rover's first-ever drilling will go just 0.8 inches into the ground, not deep enough to collect samples, but enough to test whether the rock's material behaves as expected.
Curiosity rover prepares for first drilling on Mars
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