NASA – Curiosity on Mars

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

NASA –  Curiosity on Mars

 

EVERY DETAIL FROM LAUNCH TO TODAY’S DISCOVERIES ARE HERE.

IT’S YOUR MONEY UP THERE…… SO START ENJOYING IT!

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL STORY:

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/

 

Curiosity is headed to Gale Crater.You can see where other Mars landers and rovers have successfully landed on Mars too.NASA/JPL-CaltechSLIDE 4/42

 

 

 

 

Curiosity launched on an Atlas V-541, the largest rocket used for launching a spacecraft to another planet.It is propelled toward Mars by a Centaur upper stage.Artist´s Concept.  NASA/JPL-CaltechSLIDE 3/42

By the time Curiosity touches down, the rover is going about two miles per hour.Less than seven minutes before, it was traveling at 13,000 miles per hour!Artist´s Concept. NASA/JPL-CaltechSLIDE 33/42

 

 

The laser can vaporize a thin layer of rock and tell from the color of the sparks what the rock is made of.Artist´s Concept.  NASA/JPL-CaltechSLIDE 17/42

 

 

 

At Gale, Curiosity will study Martian rocks and minerals that hold clues to whether Mars ever could have supported small life forms called microbes.False Color, Panoramic Camera, on Opportunity roverNASA/JPL-Caltech/CornellSLIDE 6/42

 

That´s why Curiosity is so large. It takes a car-sized rover to carry so many tools.NASA/JPL-CaltechSLIDE 12/42

 

 

 

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