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TE’s KILOVAC Synonymous with Rugged Reliability in Harsh, Demanding Environments Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012 NASA’s Curiosity rover landed
Curiosity just keeps the images coming, as NASA unleashed a few more photos this week taken by and of the latest Martian rover.
Mohawk Man may be a new Internet sensation, but NASA will need a new kind of superhero to keep one hacker at bay from its new Curiosity rover.
"What you've accomplished embodies the American spirit." This praise came from President Barack Obama in a phone call to the operations team, in which he lauded NASA's "incredibly impressive" mission in landing the Curiosity rover on Mars last week.
Was it wreckage from an extraterrestrial spacecraft? Was it a smudge of dirt on the camera lens? Was it a dust devil that just happened to be in the right place at the right time?
After traveling more than 350 million miles through space en route to the Red Planet, the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity landed less than two miles from its target destination when it touched down last Monday.