Curiosity rover soon will begin drilling project on Mars

05/12/2013 | Space.com

NASA's Curiosity rover will soon begin drilling into a section of Martian bedrock called "Cumberland." The drilling operation will be about 9 feet from its first drilling site called John Klein. Drilling there revealed that billions of years ago, Mars could have supported microbial life. Scientists say the purpose of the second project is to confirm the findings at John Klein.

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