Curiosity Sniffs Martian Air, Checks Out Robotic Arm

Credit: Credit: NASA JPL
LOS ANGELES — Operators at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are starting the second and final phase of instrument checkout on the robotic arm of the Mars rover Curiosity, which is stationary after traveling 268 ft. away from the Bradbury Landing touchdown site. The rover, which continues to be in...

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