Rover 'Opportunity' Rolls onto Mars Surface

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The Mars rover Opportunity moves off its lander and begins a closeup inspection of the planet's geological history. NASA's robotic explorer joins its twin, Spirit, on the martian surface. Both are looking for evidence that water once flowed on Mars. Hear Pat Duggins of member station WFME.

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