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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 Aug 15
I'm hard at work this , but still enjoying the view. Here's a pic from the surface of . Enjoy!
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Curiosity Rover Aug 15
Seize the sol! Post a before midnight PT to celebrate —Earth's most distant ambassador
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Curiosity Rover Aug 11
Got any weekend plans? I’ll be taking pictures and studying Vera Rubin Ridge on for the next three sols.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
Replying to @AliciaTStorm
This GIF loops eight Martian cloud images taken over the span of four minutes. More info at
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
It's visible, but my team had to do a significant amount of enhancement to reveal what's seen here. Details at
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
Replying to @orabenstein
It does snow at the poles of Mars -- the snow is made of dry ice!
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
Replying to @Eamonicloud
Come and visit!
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
They're wispy, but they're there, made of both water ice and dry ice. Viking, Pathfinder, , and I have all seen them
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
Never! Not only are we both from , have you seen the pictures sends back? Much respect.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 10
Hey, you! Get a load of my ! These are my best views yet of Martian clouds, likely made of ice-water crystals
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Curiosity Rover Aug 5
Five years ago tonight, I was rappelling out of a jetpack onto the surface of . Where were you?
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NASA JPL Aug 5
No Reservations: Mars. Take a tour of Gale Crater, home to , and see the story locked in its rocks.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 5
Red Rover Takeover! Follow on today and check out my story about landing on five years ago
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Curiosity Rover Aug 5
Still blinding you with SCIENCE. Check out the top discoveries of my mission's first five years.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
The reports of my singing are greatly exaggerated. I only hummed "Happy Birthday" to myself once, back in 2013. 🎂🎵
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Replying to @SteveQ7703
The power source will likely outlast the mechanical parts of me. All of me was designed for a 2-year mission, and now I'm 5 years into that!
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Turn that frown upside down! Opportunity is still going strong, more than 13 years into her 90 day mission. Check her out at
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Replying to @DavyBoyProduced
So I have 17 cameras. The science ones shoot in color. This sequence was made from engineering hazard avoidance cameras, which shoot in B&W.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Replying to @betibidean
Feeling good! I've got that warm glow that comes from accomplishing my mission goals (and also my radioisotope power source).
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Replying to @montef
I've driven 10.57 miles (17.01 kilometers) so far on Mars. Find my current location by checking this site:
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