Nasa’s Maven spacecraft arrived at Mars late Sunday after a 442 million-mile journey that began nearly a year ago

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The robotic explorer fired its brakes and successfully slipped into orbit around the red planet, officials confirmed.

‘This is such an incredible night,’ said John Grunsfeld, Nasa’s chief for science missions

The robotic explorer fired its brakes and successfully slipped into orbit around the red planet, officials confirmed.

‘This is such an incredible night,’ said John Grunsfeld, Nasa’s chief for science missions

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