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All Things Considered for January 19, 2014

Tracks from NASA's Opportunity rover disappear toward the horizon on the Meridiani Plains of Mars. The rover has been on the planet since 2004. NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell University hide caption

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Mars Or Bust: Putting Humans On The Red Planet

Mars Or Bust: Putting Humans On The Red Planet

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Al Wilkinson, who created the disguise for the 2015 Ford Mustang, says the extra layers don't affect the car's aerodynamics. Brenda Priddy/Brenda Priddy & Company hide caption

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Ford's Master Of Disguise Keeps Latest Models Undercover

Ford's Master Of Disguise Keeps Latest Models Undercover

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Bill O'Leary's photo of Marion Barry getting escorted by an FBI agent made the front page of the Jan. 19, 1990, issue of The Washington Post. Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post hide caption

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Clear, Sharp And Properly Exposed: How A Photo Made A Career

Clear, Sharp And Properly Exposed: How A Photo Made A Career

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Bobby Bottleservice is a recurring character on Nick Kroll's Kroll Show. Ron Batzdorff/Comedy Central hide caption

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Before 'Jersey Shore' Owned Sleaze, There Was Bobby Bottleservice

Before 'Jersey Shore' Owned Sleaze, There Was Bobby Bottleservice

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