Scientists do not expect Curiosity to find aliens or living creatures, but they hope to use it to analyze soil and rocks for signs the building blocks of life are present and may have supported life in the past.
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NASA’s new Martian rover to prepare for human trip
GIANT LEAP:The space agency wants to be the first to put a man on the Red Planet, a Herculean challenge that has been made more difficult as its budget has been slashed
AFP, CHICAGO, Illinois
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