Curiosity Will Explore Possibility of Life on the Red Planet
NASA's newest and most advanced rover, Curiosity, touched down safely on The Red Planet Sunday night. According to the scientists, the spacecraft's flawless landing set off the beginning of a two-year exploration of possible life on Mars. NASA officials say the mission came with a price tag of about $2.5-billion and more than 5,000 people from 37 states.
On the way down, the bot transformed six times before planting its on our neighbor planet. Immediately after landing, the fascinating rover delivered crisp pictures of Mars surface as it continued it's journey to look for water and signs of past and present life. This mission, officials say, is only the beginning as Curiosity will pave the way for further exploration.
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