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—by super/collider / Tuesday, September 11, 2012

after touching down on the western side of Mars’ Chryse Planitia in 1976, the Viking 1 lander beamed back the first images from the surface of another planet* – revealing for the first time a red, dusty world eerily similar yet strangely different from our own. over the next six years, the lander and its orbiting co-worker sent back hundreds of images of the pla...


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