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for Space.com NASA's Curiosity rover has drilled into a Martian rock and collected samples, marking the first time any robot has ever performed this complicated maneuver on the surface of another planet. The 1-ton Curiosity rover used its arm-mounted drill to bore a hole 0.63 inches (1.6 centimeters) wide and 2.5 inches (6.4 cm) deep in a section of sedimentary bedrock on Friday (Feb.
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In Space First, Curiosity Rover Drills Into Mars Rock and Collects Sample http://t.co/Lc6lS6aG via @spacedotcom

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