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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 20h
Watching the clouds go by on . Check out these atmospheric ripples!
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NASA JPL Mar 23
A different kind of little “rover”: This , here’s a look at ’s Sojourner rover in action on Mars almost 20 years ago.
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Curiosity Rover Mar 21
These are the breaks. After 4.5+ off-road years on Mars, my wheel treads show 1st breaks. No prob—lots of wear left.
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Curiosity Rover Mar 20
Moons Phobos & Deimos like so much they might put a ring on it. Mars may have had rings & might again someday
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Curiosity Rover Mar 14
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Curiosity Rover Feb 27
That's right! The atmosphere on Mars is thin, but there. It's about 100x thinner than Earth's.
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Curiosity Rover Feb 27
Fun fact: Opportunity is still going & going on solar. An MMRTG powers me
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Curiosity Rover Feb 27
Nothing like the feel of sand beneath your wheels. I’m studying shifting sands in ’ Gale Crater.
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Curiosity Rover Feb 27
Thar she blows! Watching dust devils on to better understand how the planet’s surface & atmosphere interact
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Curiosity Rover Feb 11
Location, location, location. narrows down potential landing sites for 's rover to these three:
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Curiosity Rover Feb 6
How ancient kept liquid water on its surface is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. What we know:
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Orion Spacecraft Feb 3
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Curiosity Rover Feb 3
Hey sports fans! Like a QB leads a receiver, Mars launches aim for where the planet will be. Watch:
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Johnson Space Center Feb 1
Look at our team! Are you ready to run the ball into the end zone and share these space facts out into the world?
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Curiosity Rover Jan 24
Teenage Kicks: Happy 13th birthday, Opportunity! Another year older, another year wiser.
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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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