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+ - NASA: Mars Lab mission 100 days from landing on red planet->

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coondoggie writes "NASA noted that as of now its biggest Mars explorer ever will be within 100 days of landing on the surface or the red planet. NASA said at that precise time, the mission has about 119 million miles (191 million kilometers) to go and is closing at a speed of 13,000 mph (21,000 kilometers per hour)."
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NASA: Mars Lab mission 100 days from landing on red planet

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