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Experiments on Mars by the Curiosity [Space]
posted December 16 2012 13:13.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You remember the Curiosity, the new Mars Rover that NASA landed on Mars. This rover is equipped with literally the highest-end technology sensors and measuring systems to perform revolutionary experiments on our neighbor planet.

It's primary goals include investigation of the climate and geology, assessment of whether or not Gale Crater has ever offered life-sustaining environmental conditions, investigating the role of water on mars, and planetary habitability studies in preparation for future human exploration.

This video incorporates photography and video from the Mars Rover as well as CGI animations of the many components at work. Watch as Curiosity stretches its legs in preparation for the truly revolutionary experiments on its calendar for the weeks and years ahead.




[Link: SpaceRip]
 
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