NASA has a new Rover for Mars.


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As one era ends with the shuttle another one starts with Mars?

The NASA Curiosity rover is set to land at the Gale Crater, a 150km wide depression which includes a 5km high mound of sediments which may have once been flooded with water millions of years ago. Mars rover Curiosity should give us a great glimpse into this ancient past and provide us with more proof of water and possibly life that once lived on Mars

You can read more on this nuclear powered vehicle here:

Meet NASA's Nuclear-Powered Mars Rover, Dubbed Curiosity

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