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How did NASA's Martian rover come to land in a crater named after a tiny Balkan village?

By Robert Greenberg, Dean of Arts, University of Auckland
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Named after a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina, NASA's Martian landing spot is a distant reminder of less peaceful times on Earth.

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