Curiouser and Curiouser

The wait is almost over. Check out NASA’s official page on the Curiosity rover.

The rover is currently closing in on Mars, with a few hours before landing. The image below links to NASA’s “Where is Curiosity” page with real-time locations.

The landing itself will be very intricate. Many different processes will have to work perfectly for a successful landing. Let’s hope all goes well.

Edit: It successfully landed! Great job NASA! Here is the first picture, in which Curiosity overlooks its own shadow:

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