Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Curiosity marks two years on Mars

Break out the party hats – NASA’s Curiosity rover is celebrating its second anniversary on Mars. On August 5, 2012 at 10:31 pm PDT (August 6, 05:31 GMT), the unmanned spacecraft touched down at Bradbury Landing in Gale Crater on the start of a multi-year mission to seek out areas where life could or may once have existed, and is now preparing to carry on for a third year... Continue Reading Curiosity marks two years on Mars

Section: Space

Tags: Anniversary, Curiosity Rover, Mars, Mars Science Laboratory, NASA, Spacecraft

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