Jun 4, 2021

Why Two Pounds Of Dirt From Mars Costs $9 Billion | So Expensive

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The Perseverance rover began a two-year mission to collect Martian soil samples this year. It’s the first of three missions, jointly sponsored by NASA and ESA, aiming to bring Martian soil back to Earth in hopes of finding evidence of past life. The total costs of the missions will likely exceed more than $9 billion.

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Why two pounds of dirt from mars costs $9 billion | so expensive.

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