NASA's rover, "Curiosity" has safety landed on Mars!
Curiosity is expected to spend two years exploring a 96 mile crater on the red planet. NASA hopes that the rover finds Carbon containing rocks that hint at life that survived on early Mars. Curiosity is expected to do some remarkable things while in outer space. The rover has the ability to vaporize rocks and can even send its findings back to earth! Although it has already landed on Mars, the rover is not expected to take its first drive until September, and will start collecting samples in the following weeks.
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