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    An image from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance orbiter captured the Curiosity rover still connected to its 51-foot-wide (almost 16 meter) parachute as it descended towards its landing site at Gale Crater.

    Curiosity Mars Landing Party!

    Curiosity Rover Lifts Off for Mars

    Mars Curiosity Rover sends one of it's first pictures back to the earth

    Curiosity did't kill the cat... oops, the Mars.

    Earth, Jupiter and Venus as seen from the surface of Mars by Curiosity.

    Curiosity on Mars.

    Curiosity Self-Portrait

    Curiosity touched down inside Mars' Gale Crater on the night of Aug 5/6 via a complex series of entry, descent and landing (EDL) stages, culminating in the awesome powered landing via the Sky Crane maneuver. Now the dust has settled, other missions at Mars can survey Curiosity's landing zone.

    How the Curiosity rover currently en route to Mars will make its landing next month.

    A dramatic, fresh impact crater dominates this image taken by the HiRISE camera onboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Nov. 19, 2013....

    Curiosity team members celebrate at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, after the successful landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars.

    Mount Sharp on Mars, taken by Curiosity.

    Rocks on the surface of Mars suggest that liquid water pooled on the surface and remained there for long periods.

    Curiosity Mars Rover Will Hunt for Life's Building Blocks in Gale Crater - Color coding in this image of Gale Crater on Mars represents differences in elevation, with blue relatively low and tan relatively high.

    Crater and Basaltic Rock on Mars

    Mars

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    The first color image sent back to Earth from Curiosity.

    MARS!