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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 Sep 19
Welcome to my world. , a new mixed-reality experience, lets you take a virtual .
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Curiosity Rover Sep 15
Mars: Land o' (Later) Lakes
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NASA JPL Sep 11
: has been driving through some spectacular terrain. Check it out at
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Curiosity Rover Sep 9
Best. Road trip. Ever. Feast your eyes on the Martian landscape.
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Curiosity Rover Sep 9
This history of is written in its rocks, and this looks like a real page turner.
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Curiosity Rover Sep 8
Curiosity calling . Come in . Congrats on a great launch. Enjoy the journey. Bennu, Bennu!
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Curiosity Rover Sep 7
You say goodbye and I say hello. A lovely look back at and on the cusp of mission finale.
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NASA JPL Aug 26
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Curiosity Rover Aug 19
Join me on amid Murray Buttes. best on PC or app
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Curiosity Rover Aug 18
White Light, White Heat: See the rocket engine that'll propel on the 🚀
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Curiosity Rover Aug 18
Happy ! Follow to see what's being done to get bootprints next to rover tracks on the Red Planet.
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NASA Aug 18
LIVE NOW! Join us for and see how we plan to send humans to the Red Planet:
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Curiosity Rover Aug 17
The maximum depth is about 6 cm
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Curiosity Rover Aug 16
My pleasure :)
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Curiosity Rover Aug 16
I have 17 cameras. Each w/a different job. Some engineering cameras accomplish theirs in B&W. Smaller files = easier to send
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Curiosity Rover Aug 16
Yup. Some cams shoot color; hazcam + navcam can do their jobs in B&W. Smaller file sizes = easier to store/send.
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Curiosity Rover Aug 16
Mars puts the butte in beautiful. See more of my raw photos here:
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Curiosity Rover Aug 8
Thanks for all the kind birthday wishes! One note: I hummed "Happy Birthday" once back in 2013, not every year. 🎶🎂
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
The Opportunity is solar powered. I'm powered by an MMRTG. Read all about it here:
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Curiosity Rover Aug 4
Depends on what time zone you're in. At mission control, I landed on August 5. In Universal Time (GMT), it was August 6.
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