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A human voyage to the planet is now, for the first time, within the realm of possibility, according to space advocates inside and outside government.
The landing of the Curiosity rover has given new impetus to the idea of human flight to Mars.
NASA says the rover’s landing site was once covered with fast-moving water that might have supported life.
NASA says all basic systems on the Mars rover Curiosity are in good working order, and cameras have begun to send back photos showing a somewhat Earth-like environment.
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