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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 Jun 23
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Curiosity Rover Jun 22
Replying to @yv989c
Well played.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 21
? Try . Here's how I take selfies (and why my arm isn't in the shot):
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Curiosity Rover Jun 21
Color is enhanced, but the struggle is real: captured me in all my glory (as a blue dot) climbing Mt Sharp
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Curiosity Rover Jun 20
🤔 I would have said "science."
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Curiosity Rover Jun 9
Mars has the best rock-tasting trails. I sampled many great minerals made by changing environments on ancient .
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Curiosity Rover Jun 7
SO PROUD of teammate Jessica Watkins, just selected for 's corps of . Come join me on Mars, Jess!
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Curiosity Rover Jun 1
Layers of meaning! Rocks show deep & shallow waters of an ancient lake could've supported different microbes
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @your_tragic
I'm on an exclusively Martian rock and regolith diet these days, but maybe Red Velvet for the Red Planet? Rocky Road ice cream?
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Curiosity Rover May 30
There's a lot of space in space. Can you domo arigato all your robotos?
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @zabic_marko
Mars is pretty great. Check out this rock I studied a few sols ago. More pics:
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @your_tragic
Aw, how sweet! I only sang to myself the once, but I appreciate the thought.
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @Florez_Daniel_
It's been sunny and cold here in Mars' Gale Crater. The high temp a few sols ago was a brisk -13ºC
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @kalst13
Check out these maps to see where I am now. It's a lot farther up the slopes of Mt Sharp 2/2
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Curiosity Rover May 30
Replying to @kalst13
This image was taken back on sol 1083, when I was between Marias Pass and Bridger Basin. More 1083 pics 1/2
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Curiosity Rover May 30
I can see your halo. 😇 Pale silica concentrations show ancient could've supported life longer than thought:
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Curiosity Rover May 23
Yeah! is under construction in the same clean room where I was built and tested. Got Qs about the mission?
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NASA JPL May 5
Got a minute? This 60-second video explains why a year on is almost twice as long as a year on Earth. More:
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Curiosity Rover May 5
Happy ! Should auld acquaintance be forgot? No way. Can't wait to share exploration with you on this next trip around the sun
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Curiosity Rover May 4
Have sand, will travel. I'm toting a sample for analysis from rippled Martian dunes as I climb farther up Mt Sharp
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