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Space Photos of the Week: The Curiosity Rover is a salty dog

The NASA rover Curiosity landed on Mars in August 2012. Since then he has been cruising around, shooting lasers at rocks, drilling into the ground and conducting scientific experiments. Just last week it became known that Curiosity had found something salty. The Rover drives over the Gale Crater, an ancient Marseebett that was once filled with water and has sulphate …

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Curiosity finds an ancient oasis on Mars square

<! – -> The above video provides a concise background to what has been learned with the NASA Curiosity Rover, which has been exploring the Gale crater on Mars since 2012. Curiosity, together with other Mars researchers, has proved that the red planet must once have been warmer and wetter, probably with liquid water on the surface. Could life have …

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Mars Curiosity Rover finds evidence of an ancient oasis on Mars – TechCrunch

On his last hike through the Gale Crater on Mars the Curiosity Rover has discovered evidence that leads the way. Scientists suspect that there was an oasis at the foot of the 150-kilometer-wide crater. Curious scientists described the scene in an article in "Nature Geoscience" published earlier this week. Researchers analyzing data from the rover extrapolate the data that rocks …

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NASA's Curiosity Rover encounters a strangely intricate mesa

Excerpt from "Strathdon" taken by Curiosity's Mastcam on July 9, 2019. Image: NASA / JPL -Caltech / MSSS The Curiosity team calls it "Strathdon" – a Martian boulder made up of dozens of layers of sediment. His discovery suggests that the area explored by the NASA rover is more geologically complex than is normally assumed. Over the past few months, …

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Curiosity Rover makes new discoveries on Mars

A recent photo taken by the Curiosity Rover shows his current location, known as "Teal Ridge." The rover has investigated the clay-containing unit in this region. Chilled lava helped maintain the footprint of where dunes once moved across a southeastern region on Mars. It also looks like the "Star Trek" icon. NASA's InSight Lander captured this sunset on Mars on …

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