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NASA’s Curiosity Mars landing live at Natural History Museum | Natural History Museum August 7, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in Science Center News.
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Early on Monday 6 August a lucky group of visitors to the Natural History Museum will witness the landing of the NASA Curiosity rover on the planet Mars at a special event, Mars Landing Live.

Mars experts and 3 former mission scientists will be there as a live webcast beams the nerve-racking action of Curiosity coming in to land on the Martian surface. There will also be a live link-up with NASA’s Mission Control.

Curiosity, or the Mars Science Laboratory, contains the most sophisticated equipment ever to land on Mars. It will investigate whether Mars has or had conditions for sustaining life.

via NASA’s Curiosity Mars landing live at Natural History Museum | Natural History Museum.

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