Curiosity Completes Its First Martian Year

Today, June 24th 2014, marks the day that NASA’s Curiosity rover has been on Mars for one whole Martian year (687 days). The above video talks about the Curiosity mission, the results they’ve achieved, and the challenges they’ve faced. It’s incredibly interesting, plus the Curiosity selfie is always pretty neat!

Below the break are two older videos of when Curiosity hit one Earth year on Mars. The first is Twelve Months in Two Minutes, and the second is a happy birthday song!

So happy one Martian year to Curiosity, and may it survive for many more to come! Onwards!

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