Rover Adventures Continue

Why Evolution Is True

This week the Mars rover “Curiosity” has been taking cool self-portraits and checking out the instruments that will analyze the Martian minerals. They’re also going to take videos of the Martian moons Phobos and Deimos overhead. Finally, they’ll move the rover a bit closer to its target, the interesting site Glenelg.  It’s only 400 m from the landing site, but the rover moves slowly.

Here’s the video weekly report, only 1 min 40 sec long; watch it.

h/t: Michael

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