Mars Says: Go Away.
The failed lander mission followed the loss in September of the Mars Climate Orbiter, which flew off course and was destroyed. NASA is investigating possible causes for the latest failure, including budget constraints that may have led the agency to cut corners on the lander's design. Then again, maybe the Martians just didn't want us bugging them.
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|Title Annotation:||Mars Polar Lander goes awol|
|Publication:||New York Times Upfront|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jan 17, 2000|
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