21.The rover would then descend to Mars’s surface attached to the top of a 1170-kilogram “generic lander” capable of precision landing.
22.This view shows the terrain that NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is crossing in a flat area called "Botany Bay" on the way toward "Solander Point," which is ...
23."A spectacular nail-biter of a landing was just the beginning," write the editors of Discover magazine in ranking the Mars Curiosity Rover 2013's top science story.
24.The rover´s temperature controls. Like the human body, the Mars Exploration Rover cannot function well under excessively hot or cold temperatures.
25.Looking for Signs of Past Water on Mars. The big science question for the Mars Exploration Rovers is how past water activity on Mars has influenced the red planet's ...
26.NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover, a mobile robot for investigating Mars' past or present ability to sustain microbial life.
27.The latest from 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).
28.NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover has passed the milestone of 100,000 shots fired by its laser. It uses the laser as one way to check which chemical elements are in rocks ...
29.The rover's "eyes" and other "senses" Each rover has nine "eyes." Six engineering cameras aid in rover navigation and three cameras perform science investigations.
30.Science names Mars Rover mission Breakthrough of the Year; Vast plain on Mars could have been suitable for life; Restless rovers demand long hours;