Terry Renna, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Our take: With the advancement space technology, NASA is trying out a new approach to searching for life outside Earth with their newest rover, 'Curiosity'.
This summer, if all goes well, a robotic geologist will arrive on Mars to try out a new strategy for searching for life beyond Earth.
Rather than hunt for microbes like the Viking missions of the 1970s, NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, a wheeled rover nicknamed Curiosity, will look for places that could have hosted and preserved life.
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