The ‘Scorpio’ Mars rover constructed by students of the Polish Wroclaw University.(JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
The ‘Scorpio’ Mars rover constructed by students of the Polish Wroclaw University.
(JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

There’s Intelligent Life Alright!

Curiosity, NASA’s miraculous Mars rover, has already revealed a remarkable discovery. 
 

Nasa landed a nuclear-powered robot car with a rock-zapping laser on the surface of another planet using a sky crane. It sounds like science fiction. It’s actually science history—the rover touched down on August 5.

There is intelligent life after all—it’s back here on Earth. And the mission to send Curiosity, the six-wheeled Mars Science Laboratory, to the Red Planet is one of its greatest technical achievements.

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