Andy

August 1, 2012

Everything you need to know to catch the Curiosity rover landing

Good luck to the Curiosity Rover team at NASA. The rover goes from 13k mph to zero in seven minutes. My only wish is the other Mar lander can capture it's descent from the ground. That'd be insane.

Everything you need to know to catch the Curiosity rover landing

On August 5th- at 10:31 pm PDT- NASA will attempt to land Curiosity — a one-ton- six-wheel-drive- nuclear-powered super-laboratory — on the surface of Mars.