NASA Seeks Answer: 'Can Mars Support Life?'

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NASA will announce Friday its selection for the 2007 mission to Mars. Scientific teams have been competing for the opportunity to send a ship to study Mars' atmosphere and geology, and to try to answer the question: "Can Mars support life?" Robert Frederick reports.

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