Look out, Mars: Here we come with a fleet of spacecraft


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China will be up next, with the flight of a rover and an orbiter sometime around July 23; Chinese officials aren’t divulging much.

Why so secretive on a supposedly scientific mission

That makes it harder for ya to be trusted

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Someday in the future a spacecraft from Earth is going to set down on a distant planet, unfold it's solar panels, raise its camera up on a stalk, take a look around the landing site and see a spacecraft from another world sitting there with its camera or other sensors looking back at it.

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