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Curiosity Rover
spacenasa 1,822,064 followers
Walk like a geologist. How (& why) I've been on a science "walkabout" on Mars
Curiosity turns its Mars Hand Lens Imager #MAHLI toward its well used #MastCam. In the upper right you'll see #MastCam's square 34mm focal length, f/8 lens and on the left you'll see a smaller black square that is a 100mm focal length, f/10 lens. Both lenses are attached to their own 1600x1200 pixel
Cue “Chariots of Fire" MT @MarsRovers Oppy nears 26.2-mile marathon mark on Mars
Call me DJ MSL. Smooth beats with my drill returned a great sample of Mars.
Box marks the rover: @HiRISE got this pic of me back at Mars’ Pahrump Hills. Info:
11 Years and Counting: See the Opportunity rover's accomplishments so far on Mars
Retweeted by Curiosity Rover
Rove on! 11 years into a 90-day mission, summit pic marks @MarsRovers anniversary
New tech #OnSight lets my team join me on Mars without leaving Earth
<3 to students doing math & science homework today. You’ll be among the first humans on Mars. #SoSTEM
Crystal, but not clear. Checking if this crystal-rich rock is suitable for drilling
A change in the air: I detected a 10x spike of methane in Mars' atmosphere #AGU14
Live now! Get the latest news from Mars. My team is presenting at #AGU14
The Apollo 17 crew took this photo on the surface of the Moon #OTD in 1972
Retweeted by Curiosity Rover
What's shakin' on Mars? @HiRISE @USGS spotted signs of ancient lakes & quakes.
While investigating the lower rock layers (~500ft/150m) of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity used its #FocusMerge technology to obtain a clear closeup image of the sedimentary rock layers. It is believed that these layers were once part of a lake bed tens of millions of years ago. This #MAHLI co
How did Mars' Mount Sharp come to be? The answer, dear Watson, is sedimentary.
Layers of Intrigue: Data show millions of years of lake sediment built Mars' Mt Sharp
Meanwhile, back on the Red Planet. Tune in Monday for news from my mission.
Congrats #Orion! We're one step closer to bootprints next to these rover tracks. #JourneyToMars