NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Views Striated Ground- 2/27/2014
A landscape scene photographed by Curiosity shows rock rows forming striations in the foreground and Mount Sharp on the horizon.
Curiosity Adds Reverse Driving for Wheel Protection- 2/19/2014
Terrain that Curiosity is now crossing is as smooth as team members had anticipated based on earlier images from orbit.
NASA Preparing for 2014 Comet Watch at Mars
A close flyby of Mars in 2014 by comet Siding Spring could deliver opportunities for learning, but also possible hazards for orbiting spacecraft. NASA is preparing for both.
Rover's 5K Run
Curiosity logs 5K after a punishing trek over sharp terrain. To celebrate, JPLers put on their running shoes!
Curiosity Rover Report: Dating Younger Rocks
Curiosity has determined the age of a Martian rock and provided first readings of radiation on the surface of Mars.
Mars Rover Teams Dub Sites In Memory of Bruce Murray
John Grotzinger, Curiosity's principal investigator, narrates an aerial tour of the rover's past, present and future traverses on the Red Planet.
Send a Postcard to Curiosity
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Explore Curiosity's Journey in 3D
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Where is Curiosity?
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Learn About Me: Curiosity
My parts are similar to what a human would need to explore Mars (body, brains, eyes, arm, legs, etc.). Check it out though--sometimes they are located in odd places!
What's My Mission?
Enjoy this slideshow about Curiosity's mission: To see if Mars ever had the right conditions to support life!
How I Landed
Follow me through the Entry, Descent and Landing (EDL) phases of my Mission.
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