NASA rover lands on Mars, resuming search for remnants of life

The U.S. is back on the Red Planet after a nearly 300-million-mile journey. NASA celebrated late Thursday afternoon when it landed its latest rover on Mars. The rover is designed to explore new areas of the planet and look for clues for past life there. Miles O’Brien joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the mission.

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