Living with the Creators of the Mars Rover NPR's Joe Palca has been reporting on the discoveries made by NASA's two Mars rovers. He files this report on how the wives of two of the project's scientists and engineers cope with their husbands' long work days and strange sleep schedules.
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Living with the Creators of the Mars Rover

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Living with the Creators of the Mars Rover

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Living with the Creators of the Mars Rover

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Claire Reeves, left, and Julie Cook, take over matters on Earth when their husbands are busy on Mars. Joe Palca, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Joe Palca has been reporting on the discoveries made by NASA's two Mars rovers. He files this report on how the wives of two of the project's scientists and engineers cope with their husbands' long work days and strange sleep schedules.