David Boeri's report begins in the San Salvador medical examiner's receiving room, where the youth of El Salvador are on display.
The nuclear-powered robotic explorer “Curiosity” is safe, sound, and very busy on Mars Monday, after a dramatic, and surprisingly gentle touch-down inside a giant crater in the early morning hours.
The $2.5 billion Rover has already started transmitting photos — its first came within minutes and showed the crater where it landed, its own wheel and shadow.
As planned, the rover’s early engineering images are lower resolution. Larger color images from other cameras are expected later in the week when the rover’s mast, carrying high-resolution cameras, is deployed.
Here & Now resident chef and cookbook author Kathy Gunst shares her list of the best cookbooks of the year.