Mars Curiosity Rover

The Mars curiosity rover is a nuclear powered golf cart loaded with scientific gear currently exploring the surface of Mars. It was launched  from Cape Canaveral on November 26, 2011 and it touched down on the surface of Mars August 8, 2012.

In the 3 years and 8 months since it landed, “Curiosity” the Mars Science Laboratory has roved over 7.91 miles (12.74 Km) across the surface of Mars, observing atmospheric conditions and conducting contact science along the way. 
  
Here’s a link to the official mobile devices friendly mission update blog. Neat pictures and interesting science happening over on the planet next door. And while you’re there, be sure to visit the home page for links to other interesting articles.

Mars Mobile Mission Update

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