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June 11, 2008 6:44 PM

NASA tests robotic vehicles in Washington state dunes

NASA has been racing at the dunes for two weeks testing new robotic vehicles that have been developed at laboratories across the country. The equipment is intended to be used in decades to come when the space agency returns to the moon and eventually puts humans on Mars.

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