Elation At Mission Control As Mars Rover Curiosity Successfully Lands On The Red Planet

Curiosity at Work on Mars

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Congratulations to NASA!

Note: replaced first video Aug. 8, 2012

Aug 6, 2012 by

(Touchdown! 0:40) Robotic rover Curiosity has successfully landed in Mars’ Gale Crater. The landing, described by NASA as “seven minutes of terror,” proceeded smoothly – READ MORE http://on.rt.com/d0rbeb

Video: Mars rover Curiosity lands on Red Planet after ‘7 minutes of

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Jul 2, 2012 by

NASA’s one-ton mobile rover, called Curiosity, is expected to touch down on the Red Planet in early August for a two-year exploration of the Gale Crater near the Martian equator. WSJ visits the Mars Science Laboratory, where scientists describe Curiosity’s complicated technology and the mission’s challenges. Photo: AP.

The Technology Behind NASA’s ‘Curiosity’ Landing

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