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Watch the first test of Mars rover Curiosity landing
posted January 20 2011 20:30.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

A couple of days ago, i featured a video about how NASA plans to navigate and land a rover on Mars. So, here is the real thing! The first test of the landing crane of Curiosity (and first of its kind as well), was carried out with full success. Next stop: Mars. read the full story here.

[Link: universe today]
Tags: crazy designs   crazy photo/video   space related   science   mechanical   robot   

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