Curiosity Operators Getting Ready To Roll

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ESA/DLR/FV Berlin/MSSS
The large team of engineers and scientists living on Mars time at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory here are rapidly learning to operate the nuclear-powered Curiosity rover, which continues to perform almost faultlessly on the floor of Gale Crater. Checkout of the complex suite of instruments designed...

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