Rosalind Franklin missed out on a Nobel, but now she'll help look for life on Mars

a drawing of a rover on mars

A rover of her own.

The six-wheeled rover is expected to land on the Red Planet the following year to search for clues as to whether or not there is, or has ever been, life on Mars.
via Popular Science ""


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