October 01, 2012

Live From Mars


When the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, on August 6, crowds across the country cheered. But the landing was just an early step on what will be a long journey of discovery. Since that time, the $2.5 billion, SUV-size rover has been studying Mars. What can we learn from a rover that is 154 million miles away? TIME’s Senior Editor Jeffrey Kluger explains how NASA’s Curiosity rover may tell us important information about the Red Planet. (Video provided by TIME)

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