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Curiosity Mars Rover - Extreme Temperature Testing
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Curiosity Mars Rover - Extreme Temperature Testing
NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover, also known as the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) has just completed its extreme temperature and vacuum testing. With the successful completion of these experiments, the new lander is one step closer to launch.


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Posted by kientad on June 14, 2011
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