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Across the Universe: Original Proof — 1 Comment

  1. Guy: When you wrote this ten years ago, we could not dare to dream that Opportunity would still be rolling in 2015.

    As for distinguishing meteorites from native Mars rocks, the larger Curiosity rover, which landed in 2012, is much better equipped to do chemistry than Opportunity is. Its instruments can do gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy, among other things. I haven’t heard of Curiosity finding any meteorites, though. Not yet…

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