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NASA-ESA to bring back rock samples from Mars collected by Perseverance Rover | Oneindia News*Space

NASA-ESA to bring back rock samples from Mars collected by Perseverance Rover | Oneindia News*Space

American space agency NASA, in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA), is planning to bring rock and soil samples from Mars.

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NASA-ISRO satellite gets 'auspicious' send-off before moving to India | Oneindia News [Video]

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