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read the article 'Mars Odyssey Begins Overtime After Successful Mission'
August 25, 2004
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter begins working overtime today after completing a prime mission that discovered vast supplies of frozen water, ran a safety check for future astronauts, and mapped surface textures and minerals all over Mars, among other feats.
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