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CAD drawing of Mars 2020. Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech

They See Me Rovin’

Before we send humans to Mars, we’re exploring the red planet with rovers. NASA reached a critical milestone in the development of the Mars 2020 rover, set to launch in two years.
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For local fisherman Giles Murphy toxic algae poses a business problem. Photo by Amy Green
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Florida’s Toxic Algae Decimates A Local Fishing Industry

Kids fish off of a narrow dock in Manatee Pocket, casting lines into coffee-colored water untouched by the toxic algae bloom fouling the St. Lucie River a mile up the canal. For three days these young summer camp-goers have reeled in snapper, puffer fish, catfish, trout and much else from the dock. Normally they would have ventured by boat to fish beneath the Roosevelt Bridge, which spans the Saint Lucie River in Stuart. But not this year.
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