Dawn Sumner

Geobiologist at the University of California, Davis and a member of the science team for “Curiosity,” the latest rover put on Mars by the Jet Propulsion Lab and NASA.

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Geobiologist at the University of California, Davis and a member of the science team for “Curiosity,” the latest rover put on Mars by the Jet Propulsion Lab and NASA.

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The Rover Curiosity settled on the planet just four months ago.

Mars Rover “Curiosity” Tests the Soil for Water and Carbon

The Rover Curiosity settled on the planet just four months ago.

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