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Curiosity lands on Mars

Charles Black, Founder and CEO of Sen
06 August 2012, 12:08

Sen— NASA's Curiosity rover, the largest and most advanced ever built, landed successfully on the Red Planet this morning at 5.32 UTC. The robot touched down in Gale Crater where it will begin a two year mission to see if Mars had conditions favourable for microbial life.