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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Avi Okon
In a Mars first, the Curiosity rover drilled into a rock and prepared to dump an aspirin-sized pinch of powder into its onboard laboratories for closer inspection.
But judging by the small amount left in the drill hole, Okon said he was confident the rover has enough for its upcoming lab analysis.
Okon said any Teflon contamination would be small because Curiosity did not drill for long.