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Watch Live as the ESA’s Probe Lands on the Red Planet

After landing, the Schiaparelli probe will gather wind speed, humidity, temperature and other atmospheric data from the Red Planet. The post Watch Live as the ESA's Probe Lands on the Red Planet appeared first on WIRED.
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