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iCandy: Remote Control

Gadgets that reach where we can’t go, help the imperiled, and spot problems both physical and cognitive

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From almost the instant that it landed on Mars early on the morning of 6 August, NASA’s Curiosity rover began sending back pictures of the surface of the Red Planet. This low-res image, which was taken through a wide-angle fish-eye lens on one of the rover’s hazard-avoidance cameras, was the first. Photo NASA/Rex Features/AP Photo
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