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Tracking Mars missions from Canberra

Tracking Mars missions from Canberra
Tracking Mars missions from Canberra Shortly after MAVEN launched to Mars on November 18, 2013, its signal was picked up by two 34-meter Deep Space Network antennae in Australia: DSS-34, at center, and DSS-45, at right. Meanwhile, the 70-meter dish, DSS-43 (left), tracked Mars Odyssey and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex

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