The universe is unfathomably huge, but sometimes the most interesting thing in it is a tiny drill hole—less than an inch across—in a rock on Mars. While the Curiosity rover labored on the Martian surface, spacewalking astronauts worked in Earth orbit, and galaxies and star clusters everywhere danced their eternal dance.
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