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July 8 2013
A rover named Zoë recently traveled the Atacama Desert in Chile, the driest place on Earth and a landscape that has much in common with the harsh terrain of Mars.
From the unrelenting ultraviolet (UV) radiation to the thin, cold air at high altitudes to the desiccated sand and lava flows, the Atacama is not especially "life-friendly," but it is a great place to test instruments for future Mars missions.
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