'Life on Mars' lander makes risky touch down on red planet

Italian Space Agency President Roberto Battiston and Italian Education Minister Stefania Giannini celebrate after they received a message announcing the landing of the Schiaparelli space module during an event organized by Italy's Space Agency, on the occasion of the insertion of the Trace Gas Orbiter into orbit around Mars, and the landing of the Schiaparelli module on the surface of the planet, in Rome, Friday, Oct. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)





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