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Curiosity Rover
spacenasa 1,892,554 followers
Let us go then, you and I When the evening is spread out against the sky Blue sunset on Mars go.nasa.gov/1cxeNgq pic.twitter.com/7CkIqrVXan
Fly the Friendly Skies of Mars. Enhanced collision avoidance protects orbiters go.nasa.gov/1GLdh1u pic.twitter.com/Tbcz3ysQou
The Artist's Way: @HiRISE got this image of me at work in "Artist's Drive" on Mars go.nasa.gov/1JuMUQj pic.twitter.com/9PVPVpDI0R
Fist pump! I passed the 10k mark on Mars. Next stop: Logan Pass: go.nasa.gov/1E73RlI pic.twitter.com/rRJNA8O7hR
No pickles, but my data support earlier @HiRISE findings of possible brine in Mars soil go.nasa.gov/1I6GNRD pic.twitter.com/ud4GuKB0Qz
Curiosity looks back upon the fine sand it just drove through, taking this picture with its Right-side 'B' #NavCam on Sol 944 (2015-04-03 02:37:49 UTC)
No foolin'! These mineral veins are more clues to ancient wet environment at Gale crater. nasa.gov/jpl/msl/nasas-… pic.twitter.com/jbEm29Su89
At 11:30am PDT/1830 UTC, join us live to discuss the #LDSD Mars landing tech ustream.tv/nasajpl2 Tag Qs #AskNASA pic.twitter.com/Ks9ErAKTJo
YES! I found NO3! Biologically-useful nitrogen, that is. Another sign ancient Mars=habitable go.nasa.gov/19N1Bml pic.twitter.com/bfNJB3jx9w
Nerd out with us on the #PiDay of the century! Try to solve these 4 Pi challenges 1.usa.gov/1wHdEvw pic.twitter.com/RYrQpNkTrl
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Road to Wellville: In good health, doing science & heading higher on Mt Sharp go.nasa.gov/1b6gsbT pic.twitter.com/U9seKR08Vr
Curiosity has developed an intermittent short circuit in its drill during hammer-drill operations. While the short seems to occur for less than 1/100th of a second, the Curiosity Team will conduct more testing to further characterize it. After that, the present drill samples will be analyzed and #Cu
Curiosity took this B&W shot of its rocky and sandy environment using its Right-side 'B' #NavCam on Sol 903 (2015-02-20 01:02:32 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.
Call me Johnny Five. Some ops on hold while my team investigates a short circuit. go.nasa.gov/1B5CsMe pic.twitter.com/Odx4droJ7p
An inside look at Mars. Analysis underway on the sample from yestersol's drilling go.nasa.gov/1DbIn0C pic.twitter.com/N9CCdLvxEM
Meanwhile, in the asteroid belt... @NASA_Dawn is almost to dwarf planet #Ceres! go.nasa.gov/1ArqVI7 pic.twitter.com/hEnwW5bB5z
Selfie stick not required. How I take self-portraits + why my arm isn't in the shot youtu.be/b2rwWECbEHg?t=… pic.twitter.com/Cd5GOrohqK
Here there be science. New #selfie is annotated with recent investigation targets go.nasa.gov/1vwouUm pic.twitter.com/SS5uAoN8HP
Walk like a geologist. How (& why) I've been on a science "walkabout" on Mars youtu.be/IXSIZcj8WgA pic.twitter.com/HzwG8lq6Hn
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