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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 10h
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Curiosity Rover 15h
Their roundedness suggests they traveled long distances. These other round rocks = ancient stream clues
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Curiosity Rover 15h
Earth looks kind of like a star to me — like Venus does from Earth.
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Curiosity Rover 15h
The team white balances photos to mimic how your eyes would see them if you were here w/me. Raw pics here
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Curiosity Rover 15h
That MAHLI pic of the sandstone is about 1.3 inches (33 millimeters) wide.
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Curiosity Rover 15h
All I have to do is swivel my head and take a look at my ChemCam calibration target.
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Curiosity Rover Jul 1
Back to the nitty-gritty of science. (Literally.) Investigating Martian sandstone/mudstone.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 22
The peak is in upper right corner of this photo:
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Curiosity Rover Jun 22
Check it out: found a peak on about as big as Mars' Mt Sharp/Aeolis Mons
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Curiosity Rover Jun 18
Equinox. It's the start of autumn tosol here in the Southern Hemisphere on Mars.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 18
The beginning of the year is timed to the equinox. It's the first sol of fall for me.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 18
The new year is timed to the equinox. It's the start of spring in Mars' Northern Hemisphere and autumn in the Southern Hemisphere
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Curiosity Rover Jun 18
Happy Mars New Year, Earthlings! It takes ~2 Earth years for the Red Planet to go around the sun
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Curiosity Rover Jun 14
Hooray, ! They can't keep a good robot down.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 12
Mars clouds are water vapor. They are very thin, as is Mars' atmosphere. No rain, but it snows dry ice near the poles.
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Curiosity Rover Jun 12
. Maybe you will! Sunny days sweep the clouds away on Mars, too. GIF by
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Curiosity Rover Jun 8
Watch 's live flight test of —tech that could help humans on the
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Curiosity Rover Jun 4
Spring break on Mars! Activities on hold during solar conjunction. Here's why:
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Curiosity Rover May 29
La nébuleuse est dans le milieu de l'épée de la constellation d'Orion. montre tous nos lancements.
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Curiosity Rover May 29
Vous pouvez voir la nébuleuse d'Orion à l'œil nue. Voila!
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