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NASA Sued Over Jelly Donut-Shaped Martian Rock

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NASA Sued Over Mars 'Jelly Donut' Rock

NASA Sued Over Mars 'Jelly Donut' Rock

Buzz60 (Jan. 30, 2014) — NASA is being sued by a man who says the organization is not investigating the 'jelly donut' rock found on Mars for signs of alien life. The terms of the suit are pretty wacky. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports. Video provided by Buzz60
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NASA Startled by 'Jelly Donut' on Mars

NASA Startled by 'Jelly Donut' on Mars

Buzz60 (Jan. 22, 2014) — NASA scientists found a mysterious rock on Mars that looks a lot like a jelly donut and seemed to appear out of nowhere. The prevailing theory is that the Mars rover Opportunity kicked the stone as it passed by, but conspiracy theories say the area is a trap door and the rock proves the Red Planet is haunted by poltergeists. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports.
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Opportunity Rover Discovers Mystery Rock on Mars

Opportunity Rover Discovers Mystery Rock on Mars

AP (Jan. 24, 2014) — 10 years after NASA's Opportunity rover landed on Mars for the first time, a mysterious rock, that looks like a white jelly donut, suddenly appears in its radar. (Jan. 24)
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NASA X The Future Of Fixed Wing Aircraft

NASA X The Future Of Fixed Wing Aircraft

NASA (Feb. 14, 2014) — NASA X –Future Of Fixed Wing Aircraft    Jennifer Pulley – HostRuben Del Rosario -- NASA GRCDr. Richard Wahls -- NASA LaRCBruce Anderson -- NASA LaRCGerry Brown -- NASA GRCMichael Rogers -- NASA ARCJohn Bosworth -- NASA DFRC Video provided by NASA
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