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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will use three cameras to look at geology and search for lost landers. "In effect, it's like having a planetary microscope," explains Zurek. "You start with low magnification and switch to increasingly higher magnification for a closer look."
At last someone is to investigate the mysterious disappearance of the British Beagle 2 probe lost whilst entering the Martian atmosphere on Christmas day 2003.