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Testing with a Martian Dune Buggy – NASA JPL


NASA engineers take the Curiosity test rover to California’s Mojave desert to learn how to drive on Martian sand dunes.

Mark your calendars: the Curiosity Rover is still on target to land on Mars on August 6, 2012!

Updates! A recap of Curiosity’s phenomenal landing on Mars, Curiosity has landed on Mars, and Complete MSL Curiosity Descent Interpolated HD.

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