September 19th, 2014
Waning Crescent Moon
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Seth Jarvis

Mars + Curiosity = Adventures in Science!

The news and images from the Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity rover are coming so fast that it’s hard to keep up with it all – but trust me, it’s worth the effort. First and foremost, make sure you bookmark this link:

Robert Bigelow

Curiosity’s Middle Name

Patience. For individuals that have become accustomed to nearly instant information access, the slow pace of data and images trickling from the newest rover on Mars may be frustrating.

Seth Jarvis

Curiosity – Caught in the Act!

NASA just released this mind-blowing image of last night’s excitement:

Seth Jarvis

Mars! Curiosity is there!

It’s official! Curiosity is now safely on Mars! Wah-hoo!

Seth Jarvis

Closing in on Mars

As I write this (12 noon on Sunday, August 5th) the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) spacecraft is just 90,000 miles from Mars and falling towards the Red Planet at over 8,000 MPH. MSL is in the final few hours of…