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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 Jul 30
The drill holes are ~1.6 cm in diameter
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Curiosity Rover Jul 30
I can drill to a depth of ~6 cm
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Curiosity Rover Jul 30
Red Mars, Gray Mars: "Mini-start hole" drill maneuver was successful.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 24
Concur
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Curiosity Rover Jul 24
It's cold and dry here, but the view is good.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 24
Check out the full res image and caption online here
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Curiosity Rover Jul 24
The weather here on Mars is dry + chilly. This video helps explain
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Curiosity Rover Jul 24
Absolutely. I may be alone, but I'm not lonely. I talk to my team constantly via the Deep Space Network.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 23
Ms. Robot, and yes, still here and doing science. I'm looking forward to my 3rd soon
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Curiosity Rover Jul 23
Laser zaps show silica-rich Mars rocks—might preserve ancient organics. Science afoot
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Curiosity Rover Jul 22
That photo is just a taste. Go to the tool to see the images for review
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Curiosity Rover Jul 22
Fellow explorers: Review Mars pics + help the team pick image targets
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NASA JPL Jul 16
LIVE: Join us in celebrating 50 years of discovery at Mars. Watch + chat at
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Curiosity Rover Jul 16
You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 16
Break out the slide rules. Tonight we celebrate 50 years of Mars exploration
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Curiosity Rover Jul 14
I'm thinking about Pluto, too. What a great day to be a robot.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 14
I'm so happy to see do the job it was made to do. Rovers gonna rove. Flyby spacecraft gonna flyby.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 14
Purely Plutonic! Sending (and feeling) the love of exploration from during this epic .
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Curiosity Rover Jul 13
You guys! July 14 is ' —50 years to the day that flew by my home, Mars.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 10
You can find all the current job opportunities at online here
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