|High Resolution Image Phoenix on the Red Planet, Artist's Concept|
The Phoenix Mars Lander, which launched in August 2007, is the first project in NASA's Mars Scout missions.
The spacecraft and its instruments are designed to analyze samples collected from up to a half-meter (20 inches) deep using its robotic arm. The arm extends forward in this artist's concept of the lander on Mars. Image Credit: NASA/JPL
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