29th Oct 2013
Student Finds ‘Hawaiian Beach’ Sand on Mars

The world’s largest database of minerals, developed and housed at the UA, enables NASA to identify the minerals that make up the soil on Mars. A member of the science team on NASA’s Curiosity rover currently exploring Mars helps uncover the secrets of the Red Planet.
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Student Finds ‘Hawaiian Beach’ Sand on Mars

The world’s largest database of minerals, developed and housed at the UA, enables NASA to identify the minerals that make up the soil on Mars. A member of the science team on NASA’s Curiosity rover currently exploring Mars helps uncover the secrets of the Red Planet.

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Source: uanews.org
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