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Watch how NASA Mars Rover will land and navigate
posted January 4 2011 19:51.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This video, demonstrates with 3D animation, how the new "Curiosity" NASA Mars Rover will land on the surface of Mars. Steven Lee, the guidance, navigation, and control manager for the Mars Science Laboratory mission at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena California, describes the procedure. The landing is scheduled for 2012. Read also more info here.



[Link: ieee]
Tags: autonomous   science   space related   wireless   remote control (RC)   robot   
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