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Water On Mars
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NASA announced this week that the rover Opportunity is exploring a crater on Mars that was once soaked with water — the most convincing evidence yet of the planet's warm, wet past.

Guests:

Steve Squyres
*Principal investigator for the science payload, NASA's Mars Exploration, Rover Mission
*Professor of astronomy at Cornell University

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