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[i]In the north polar region, outside the polar caps that we see, there actually is up to 80 percent water in the top meter of the soil. So our job is dig deep, not to drive out some of the rovers have done in the past.[/i] -- Leslie Tamppari, Phoenix Project Scientist
[i]I know it looks a little like a parking lot, but that's a safe place to land. That makes it exactly where we want to be. Underneath this surface, I guarantee there's ice. You can see lots of pebbles, and soil, and all these troughs you see in between the polygons. These are probably about 15 feet across.[/i] — Peter Smith, Phoenix Principal Investigator
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