NASA's latest mission to explore the surface of Mars. Roving the Red Planet since Aug. 5, 2012 (PDT) (Aug 6 UTC).
1631 days ago
Once more, without the clear dust cover. Here's the "fisheye" pic from my rear Hazcam #MSL
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I would like to walk over there
Amazing story of curiosity
We live in amazing times. Thx for posting! @MarsCuriosity!
I love fried seafood too much to ever go to Mars, I think. facebook.com/goldenscallop
Good job buddy, show us Mars' women in bikinis, but we'll wait for the color pics, wink, wink
Cheers :) https://mobile.twitter.com/cydoniashop/status/230260012637884416/photo/1
Cool.... Extra terrestrial dirt!
Looks like you've just landed at my local beach!! Just joking! :)
Awesome i am looking forward to more photos, thank you #MSL
Wonderful picture! I want more pic.
great pic! thanks
There were only 2 White Stripes, @JimmyBrogan - Jack and Meg.
На стекле пыли или конденсат?
@JimmyBrogan It's a spring from part of the mechanism that fired off the dust cover on the camera lens. More here http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/news/msl20120806.html
dust cover removal (third try) http://goo.gl/lG3fr
@WeaslyGizzly Curiosity has removable lens covers. They collected the dust upon impact, then were ejected off.
looks pretty quiet up there
Is it true Tim Berners-Lee is claiming he created Mars at CERN?
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