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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 Apr 24
when you're sent to part of Mars the team named for . Where's Sanctuary?
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Curiosity Rover Apr 23
People of Earth! Today's your last chance to vote for in
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Curiosity Rover Apr 22
The Artist's Way: got this image of me at work in "Artist's Drive" on Mars
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Curiosity Rover Apr 17
Mars is my home for good. You should come visit.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 16
Fist pump! I passed the 10k mark on Mars. Next stop: Logan Pass:
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Curiosity Rover Apr 13
No pickles, but my data support earlier findings of possible brine in Mars soil
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Curiosity Rover Apr 13
Time out. I haven't found brine on Mars—just conditions that would make brine *possible.* Investigations ongoing.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 1
Here's a pic with scale. Ridges range up to 2.5 inches (6 centimeters) high and half that in width.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 1
My team must be hungry, too. They said the veins resembled ice cream sandwiches.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 1
Hard to say how deep at this location. Veins like these form when fluids move through cracked rock & deposit minerals.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 1
No foolin'! These mineral veins are more clues to ancient wet environment at Gale crater.
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Curiosity Rover Mar 31
At 11:30am PDT/1830 UTC, join us live to discuss the Mars landing tech Tag Qs
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Curiosity Rover Mar 27
Another step in the . LIVE NOW: launches for a on the .
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Curiosity Rover Mar 24
Respect. Working on my 10K. MT Oppy completes on Mars
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Curiosity Rover Mar 24
YES! I found NO3! Biologically-useful nitrogen, that is. Another sign ancient Mars=habitable
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Curiosity Rover Mar 23
I did sing myself a little tune with my SAM instrument. Here's video from a test unit on Earth
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NASA JPL Mar 14
Nerd out with us on the of the century! Try to solve these 4 Pi challenges
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Curiosity Rover Mar 12
Road to Wellville: In good health, doing science & heading higher on Mt Sharp
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Curiosity Rover Mar 3
That's just my drill. I promise to use it only for science.
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Curiosity Rover Mar 3
NO DISASSEMBLE! NO DISASSEMBLE!
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