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Rosalind Franklin Mars Rover
I completely agree with you and am also happy that Rosalind Franklin is able to get the recognition she deserves. Watson and Crick's discovery could have not happened without the X-ray imaging provided by Franklin, however, she got little credit due to her unfortunate death, as well as her being a woman. It is nice to see the new rover being named after her, as tribute to her accomplishments and discoveries in the science field. I also find it exciting to see plans of another rover being sent to space, after the recent death of NASA's Opportunity rover. Opportunity was able to turn three months of discovery and learning into fifteen years. I am eager to see the journey that awaits the Franklin rover, and what it may be able to discover. Overall, I also believe that having a rover on Mars, searching for any evidence of life, is a great way to honour and pay respects to Rosalind Franklin.

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Rosalind Franklin Mars Rover - by gracemacdonald - 02-11-2019, 06:01 AM
RE: Rosalind Franklin Mars Rover - by shaylavo - 02-22-2019, 05:54 AM

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