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2009
Watch the video 'Looking at Landing Sites for MSL' Looking at Landing Sites for the Mars Science Laboratory - May 27, 2009

The prime responsibility of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has been to search out new landing sites for future missions.

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Watch the video 'MSL Final Name' Meet the New MSL Rover! -
May 27, 2009

Hi there, Curiosity here! NASA's next Mars rover! Getting ready for a wild ride to the red planet in 2011.

Read the Winning Student Essay which gave Curiosity it's name >>

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2008
Mars Science Laboratory Overview Mars Science Laboratory Overview -
Novevmber 10, 2008

Did Mars once have an environment capable of supporting life?

NASA's next rover will further unravel that mystery.

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2007
Video Candidate for a Mars Landing Video Candidate for a Mars Landing -
Oct 11, 2007

Video Candidate for a Mars Landing - Oct 11, 2007 The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment in orbit around Mars has examined many possible landing sites for the Mars Science Laboratory rover, including the Nili Fossae area seen here.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ.of Arizona

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Mars Science Laboratory Mission Animation Mars Science Laboratory Mission Animation -
May 25, 2007

This animation demonstrates how the rover will enter, descend and land on the surface of Mars.

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