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October 21 2012
Nasa's Curiosity rover has ingested its first Martian soil sample.
The robot has taken a pinch of dust into the CheMin instrument, one of its two big onboard analytical tools.
It is a key moment for the $2.6bn mission - Curiosity's internal apparatus will play a central role in its investigation of the Red Planet.
"The most important thing about our mobile laboratory is that it eats dirt - that's what we live on," chief scientist John Grotzinger told the BBC.
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