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Curiosity Rover
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A change in the air: I detected a 10x spike of methane in Mars' atmosphere #AGU14 go.nasa.gov/1A5NeSQ pic.twitter.com/v71ei8XDAx
Live now! Get the latest news from Mars. My team is presenting at #AGU14 ustream.tv/NASAJPL2 pic.twitter.com/r0R9J77MTr
The Apollo 17 crew took this photo on the surface of the Moon #OTD in 1972 pic.twitter.com/DEgCRdH3TW
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What's shakin' on Mars? @HiRISE @USGS spotted signs of ancient lakes & quakes. go.nasa.gov/1xaXxFH pic.twitter.com/sH5kl7qEkS
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. youtu.be/oS99yR1cooE pic.twitter.com/QTyvBEfou3
Layers of Intrigue: Data show millions of years of lake sediment built Mars' Mt Sharp go.nasa.gov/1ucyTxo pic.twitter.com/i5I5yB2pc7
Meanwhile, back on the Red Planet. Tune in Monday for news from my mission. ustream.tv/NASAJPL pic.twitter.com/Xb9YO1TqB7
Congrats #Orion! We're one step closer to bootprints next to these rover tracks. #JourneyToMars pic.twitter.com/1l51sQwpMh
Pics I take on Mars get posted online. Some high-res, some thumbnail. Some B&W, others color: mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia… pic.twitter.com/uEVmaRe5YV
3 years ago, I left Earth for Mars. Wishing you safe travels this #Thanksgiving, too! go.nasa.gov/1zvjtZb pic.twitter.com/oMWvPB42ms
It's like potatoes, gravy & stuffing all right here. So many delicious science targets in easy reach. pic.twitter.com/yWQKC8exsE
Science is lovelier, the 2nd time around. Took a closer look at intriguing rocks. go.nasa.gov/1xTRdB0 pic.twitter.com/4peWpB8RW2
Having reached the base of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity captured this image of its rocky surroundings using its Right-side #MastCam on Sol 796 (2014-11-02 00:38:32 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo, no filters.
Orbiting scientist & great communicator. Nice working with you, @MAVEN2Mars go.nasa.gov/1u2VctT pic.twitter.com/Uw3gk1fhq3
It's a match! Drilling analysis confirms minerals mapped from Mars orbit go.nasa.gov/1GlItY6 pic.twitter.com/7gzEUrChxL
Meanwhile, back on Mars… Continuing my science walkabout. I got these pictures for you: go.nasa.gov/1G0vTgK pic.twitter.com/mauv8EfH0b
Parked at the foot of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity uses its Right-side 'B' #NavCam to image this dune-textured sea of wind blown sand on Sol 777 (2014-10-13 13:47:20 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.
Hope to catch a comet! Sun has set at Gale Crater; now's my best chance to observe #MarsComet Siding Spring. pic.twitter.com/ipWaKDSe2B
Stay safe @HiRISE @MAVEN2Mars @Mars_Orbiter Mars Odyssey! Peak dust from #MarsComet expected ~12:57pm-1:17pm PT pic.twitter.com/30l0bGz0nV
The #MarsComet Cometh! Closest approach to Mars today at 11:27am PT. Timeline, pics, info: mars.jpl.nasa.gov/comets/sidings… pic.twitter.com/ASj1RP1IXX
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That view tho MT @MarsRovers Look through Opportunity's eyes on Mars. Full-res+info go.nasa.gov/1xWz0kN pic.twitter.com/mTFbTW5Jou