Curiosity has proven it can drill holes on the surface of Mars, having completed its first minidrill test of the equipment designed to pulverize rock into sample-size particles. The rover created a hole 0.8 inches deep into a rock scientists call "John Klein" and which was chosen because it appears to have once been subjected to water.
Curiosity completes minidrill test
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