NASA Cut Means No Roving for Mars RoverMarch 24, 2008 By ALICIA CHANG, AP Science Writer in Astronomy & Space / Space Exploration
(AP) -- Scientists plan to put one of the twin Mars rovers to sleep and limit the activities of the other robot to fulfill a NASA order to cut $4 million from the program's budget, mission team members said Monday.
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