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After a nine-month journey through space, the US probe Phoenix is about to land on the arctic surface of Mars to dig for ice in a new quest for signs of life on the Red Planet.
NASA's $US420 million ($A439.47 million) probe will become the first spacecraft to land on the Martian arctic surface and will stay there for a three-month mission.