Curiosity Rover

@MarsCuriosity

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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My @NASAJPL #MSL team is unimpressed that today's @Reddit #AMA is over. So long & thx for all the karma!

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607 days ago

My #MSL team is unimpressed that today's #AMA is over. So long & thx for all the karma!

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Brains3 603 days ago

That's the same look I got on my 50th when I asked if someone would sleep with me tonight..I took it as a Maybe.Now I see it's an 'unimpressed' look Boy did I get it wrong!

EllenArnhold 607 days ago

Because flat areas are boring. That crater contains various layers of rocks from different periods in time.

DogueMagazineUK 607 days ago

Why did the Curiosity land IN acrater, instead of flatter area. Will it just stay in the crater?