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NASA's Next Mars Rover to Land at Huge Gale Crater

By Denise Chow

WASHINGTON - It's official: NASA's next Mars rover has a landing site, and it's a giant crater called Gale.

NASA First Invaded Red Planet with Viking Mars Landing

by Charles Q. Choi

On Mars Day every year, people celebrate the first spacecraft to successfully land on Mars - NASA's Viking 1, which touched down on the Red Planet 35 years ago.

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