NASA's Phoenix lands on Mars

There's something on Mars that didn't exist earlier! NASA's Phoenix spacecraft has successfully landed in the northern polar region of Mars today. Now follows a 3-month examination of a site chosen for a likelihood of having frozen water within reach of the lander's robotic arm. This looks unique for now, but you never know in the future NASA might come up with more exciting discoveries that this one would seem like just nothing.

The journey that started on 4th August 2007 had been 422 million mile long. Here's wishing NASA all the success.

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