NASA's Phoenix Lands on Mars NASA is poring over data after its Phoenix probe successfully landed on the Red Planet Sunday evening. The half-billion-dollar spacecraft is designed to search for evidence of life in the icy soil near the planet's north pole.
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NASA's Phoenix Lands on Mars

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NASA's Phoenix Lands on Mars

NASA's Phoenix Lands on Mars

NASA's Phoenix Lands on Mars

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NASA is poring over data after its Phoenix probe successfully landed on the Red Planet Sunday evening. The half-billion-dollar spacecraft is designed to search for evidence of life in the icy soil near the planet's north pole.