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It's the biggest, most advanced and expensive robot ever sent to Mars and its successful touch down means we're a step closer to answering that age old question - are we alone in the universe?
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Nanotechnology expert Michelle Dickinson appeared on Firstline this morning to discuss the week's top science news.
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