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a small short-legged smooth-coated breed of hound

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Dr Dave Barnes, from Aberystwyth University, is delighted Beagle 2 has been tentatively identified - he is pictured working on one of the prbe's robotic arms
The professor, who was the driving force behind Beagle 2, said: 'There's just too much indecision in this business.
In the finals, The Rhinebeck Beagle bested The Berkshire Eagle and The Akron Bugle.
Professor Colin Pillinger, Beagle 2 lead scientist, congratulated Nasa.
The next time we went to The Beagle, Charlie asked me about putting The Beagle on the Car and here we are.
Scammer: "Oh am afraid I can only collect the money via PayPal or I poison the beagle bye.
His daughter, Shusanah, said: "He would have loved that this shows Beagle 2 landed on Mars.
His daughter Shusanah said: "He would have loved that this shows Beagle 2 landed on Mars, it got all the way through the entry and descend and the processes.
Known for his eccentric muttonchopped look, Prof Pillinger helped bring Beagle 2 from the drawing board in the late 1990s into a working reality that blasted off towards Mars in June 2003.
Prof Sims, of Leicester University, added: "I'd all but given up hope of ever knowing what happened to Beagle 2.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Beagle 2 Mars Lander, thought lost on Mars since 2003, was found partially deployed on the surface of the planet, ending the mystery of what happened to the mission more than a decade ago.
Images revealed yesterday the area where the Beagle 2 craft, which disappeared on the Red Planet on Christmas Day 12 years ago, landed.
The Beagle 2 probe has not been seen or heard from since December 2003 and had been presumed destroyed.
Beagle 2, part of a European Space Agency's Mars Express mission searching for extraterrestrial life, had been due to land on Mars on Christmas Day 2003, but disappeared on December 19, 2003.