The latest Mars rover Curiosity has landed on the Martian surface and has sent back the first images to NASA.
For more images sent by Curiosity, click here. As for the NASA Team, they were elated with the success of Curiosity.
There were even those who gave honourary tribute to the success of the mission.
Naturally, there was congratulations all around, even the President giving his own words of appreciation.
I congratulate and thank all the men and women of NASA who made this remarkable accomplishment a reality—and I eagerly await what Curiosity has yet to discover. ~President Obama on last night’s rover landing on Mars (viabarackobama)
We’ll be watching and hoping that this will give new information about the mysterious red planet.
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