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Curiosity Rover
NASA's latest mission to explore the surface of Mars. Roving the Red Planet since Aug. 5, 2012 (PDT) (Aug 6 UTC).
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
Thanks for the kind thoughts! My team has gotten very good at planning routes to minimize wear and tear.
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
Don't fence me in! 😀 No fences on Mars, but there are in the at where rover hardware and software are tested
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
You know I love selfies! Nice shot of you and Opportunity there.
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
I've driven a little over 15.3 kilometers (about 9.5 miles) on the surface of Mars.
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
Here's another look at "Old Soaker" with a scale bar. More info here:
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Curiosity Rover Jan 18
You may not drive a great big Cadillac, but you can ride on my mobility test rover. best on app
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Curiosity Rover Jan 17
The black part fills in, rather than cuts off. I took several frames the team stitched together to make the larger image.
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Curiosity Rover Jan 17
One tough mudder. Checking out Martian rocks cross-hatched with marks that likely began as cracks in ancient mud.
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Curiosity Rover Jan 12
Signed, sealed, delivered. I carried ’s signature to the surface of .
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NASA Jan 9
. We have what you're looking for... Joshua Tree from ! Want to visit us at when you come to LA?
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Curiosity Rover Jan 9
. The streets have no name here on Mars, but they do in LA. You're welcome to visit my twin & team at 's .
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NASA JPL Jan 6
Here's what Earth and its moon look like from orbit... at Mars. Photo by on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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Curiosity Rover Dec 31
from ! I hope your next trip around the sun is full of exploration & discovery.
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Curiosity Rover Dec 23
So thankful for my team. Lien Pham even made sure I had my "windbreaker" on before launch to . Her story:
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
Maybe they'd like to see what Earth looks like in ' night sky. Check it out.
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
The fracture patterns in the rock are interesting. Looking to learn more & see if they are different from other Martian mudstone
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
This is an un-retouched image. The sky here is kind of butterscotch colored.
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
You know when you're looking for the perfect gift for the curious geologists on your team? Think I nailed it.
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
Calcium sulfate. Neat, right?
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Curiosity Rover Dec 20
One-way light time between Earth and Mars right now is 13 minutes.
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