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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 May 22
See tonight—no scope required. Look up & to the right of the 🌝👀
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Curiosity Rover May 21
Hey! Look up here! Lookuphere! How to spot opposition on Sunday: New 📷 by
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Curiosity Rover May 16
Dream of making the ? Watch the summit webcast May 17-19
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Curiosity Rover May 11
Under Pressure…temperature & humidity. My 34 million+ Mars weather readings reveal patterns
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Curiosity Rover May 11
You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, but two years of data reveal seasonal patterns on Mars
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Curiosity Rover Apr 27
Fury Road: See the rugged Martian plateau I crossed. #360 view Info
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Curiosity Rover Apr 22
How I see you in Mars' night sky + Earth views from other robotic missions
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Curiosity Rover Apr 21
Try driving on Mars: Like it? Last day to vote for a :
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NASA Apr 21
Final countdown! We're nominated for a in social media & it's the last day to vote:
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Curiosity Rover Apr 15
TFW your friend comes over and you're out of town. ' learns about 's at
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Curiosity Rover Apr 12
He wields a laser, not a lance. France honored my ChemCam instrument lead with knighthood 🇫🇷
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Curiosity Rover Apr 7
Winner + still champion! Odyssey launched 15 years ago—longest serving spacecraft at Mars
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Curiosity Rover Apr 5
Picture yourself on Mars with me. More photos here:
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Curiosity Rover Apr 3
That's a dust devil! While the atmosphere on Mars is very thin, we do get dust devils from time to time.
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Curiosity Rover Apr 3
Meanwhile, elsewhere on Mars...
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Spirit and Oppy Mar 31
Shake it off! Opportunity attempts steepest climb. Drive tilt/vibration dusts solar array
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Curiosity Rover Mar 30
Join my with Buzz Aldrin and mobility engineer Erisa via
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Curiosity Rover Mar 21
. You might not tweet from Gale Crater, but all are welcome on the ! Love sharing my mission.
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NASAJPL Edu Mar 16
Answers to the challenge are making the rounds! Check yours @
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Curiosity Rover Mar 14
The robot population at Mars is about to grow. Awesome launch, !
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