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Space Exploration

I wonder if the autobots know about this? It's clearly the work of those decepticons. Always up to no good.

Jason (mission to mars) Litke

Perhaps Spirit or Opportunity could locate the landing site (or crash landing) of Beagle 2. Maybe an Mars Orbiting Satillite would have to scan the surface of Mars maticulously for a perhaps wreakage of Beagle 2, and then transmit location data to one of the Rovers(Opportunity), so that then it could calculate a route based on the GPS Data sent by the orbiting satilite.

Nancy Campbell

This is an excellent post. Very interesting indeed. keep posting such stuff!

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