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Michael Hecht

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Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory who is heading the Martian soil analysis team with the Phoenix lander mission

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Two weeks ago, the world marveled when the  Phoenix  survived a 420 million-mile space journey and landed on Mars, right where it was supposed to.

Clumpy Soil on Mars, What's a Lander to Do?

Two weeks ago, the world marveled when the Phoenix survived a 420 million-mile space journey and landed on Mars, right where it was supposed to.

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