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NASA scientists eyeing regional dust storm on Mars

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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — NASA is tracking a regional dust storm on Mars, but says it has not affected the operations of its two rovers on the surface. The space agency said Wednesday the storm raging in the Martian southern hemisphere was spotted earlier this month by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter circling overhead. The storm came within 840 miles of Opportunity's location. On the opposite...

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