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This is how Curiosity will land on Mars - Cool video
posted April 11 2011 20:56.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It could be the intro from a Star Wars movie, but it is actually a very nice short (5:28) film, which shows how NASA plans to send and land Curiosity, the brad new Mars rover. Entry, descent and landing is the big moment for any Mars lander mission. Watch the following video from Jet Propulsion Lab.

You may also like to see some older blog entries that i had for this rover. The first one is an older film showing the same procedure, and the second is the most awesome: The real MSL, (AKA Curiosoity) during its very first test.

[Link: universetoday]
Tags: satellite   flying machines   how it works   rocket   crazy photo/video   3D media   science   space related   mechanical   

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