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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Let's get ready to #Reddit! @NASAJPL scientists & engineers (& social media team) ready for your Qs:
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How does Curiousity keep sterile between samples? Does sample N residue contaminate N+1's sample?
Are you going to post some more raw data like commands sent to the rover, etc?
Helloooo? May I ask you to please get out of your rover, and show me your registation and drivers license
Are you ready for our questions?
Is there stuff on there (military) stuff that we don't know about...Are there Chinese and Russian rovers there too??
No questions here! Just want to congratulate the team... Keep them hi-res pic's coming! Love it!
Is there any reason you don't just strap a webcam to Curiosity so we can live stream every move?
you are very cool :)
What was the risk of landing on a slope to steep for the rover of similar unlandable place?
Did you expect that the surface of Mars would be impacted as much as it was by the rocket blast?
bravo...je suis content de vous...
For when TSA is planning to get in charge?i`m planning to immigrat for Mars and wanna do it before them.
Well done on your achievement! Can Curiosity send back colour pictures?
What do you think when will humans be able to inhabit Mars?
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