David Beaty

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Chief Scientist, Mars Exploration Directorate at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena

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Is there life on Mars? Scientists and science fiction writers have been puzzling over that for years.

Rover Readies to Explore Life on Mars

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Is there life on Mars? Scientists and science fiction writers have been puzzling over that for years.

Rover Readies to Explore Life on Mars

Is there life on Mars? Scientists and science fiction writers have been puzzling over that for years.

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NASA’s  Phoenix Mars lander  made a perfect touchdown on Sunday.

Jet Propulsion Lab Lands Phoenix Spacecraft on Mars

NASA’s Phoenix Mars lander made a perfect touchdown on Sunday.

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