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Good evening. Tonight on the Channel 6 News, we will be taking a closer look at the weather on Mars.
I'm here with planetary scientist, Bob Smith. Thank you for coming, Mr. Smith!
It's a pleasure to be here!
In May 2008, after a 10 month journey, the robotic spacecraft named Phoenix finally landed on Mars. Now, Mr. Smith, how long did this spacecraft last on Mars?
Phoenix lasted 5 months before the dark, cold winter set in.
And what was the main goal of the Phoenix?
One of the main goals of Phoenix was to search for water and understand daily weather and climate patterns on Mars.
What exactly will you do with any new findings made by this robotic spacecraft?
Scientists believe that any new finding made by this robotic probe will also directly benefit our ability to recognize how Earth's climate works.
Alright, and where did the Phoenix explore on Mars?
Phoenix explored a frigid, open plain located about 70 degrees latitude on the edge of the permanently frozen North Polar Cap.
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