NASA completes long mission to land Curiosity Rover on Mars

Congratulations to NASA’s Curiosity for successfully landing on  Mars!

I was told today that Curiosity will land on Mars. I’m so excited, and watching it with my family.

Curiosity landed on August 6,2012 01:31 EDT, or 01:31 GMT+8

I can feel the success of NASA and I hope that those objectives can help us and all of mankind.

So excited now, hope to see first ever humans that will land on Mars. It should be me!!! Just kidding!

Anyway, gratz again NASA!

First pic sent back from Mars Rover

2nd image from Mars shows shadow of Rover

NASA staff at the JPL cheering the successful landing

More excitement after a long journey to the Red planet

Note: These pics were taken while I was watching the live streaming.

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One thought on “NASA completes long mission to land Curiosity Rover on Mars

  1. heya Thyrene, Cyrus here how long has it been? like 2 years? good to see you are still blogging 🙂 hope you are well, and yes this is good news that NASA have another exploration vehicle on the red planet.

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