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Has Curiosity made you curious about Mars?

Updated Monday, 6th August 2012

As Curiosity lands in a Martian crater, get to know the Red Planet a little more closely...

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At 6.32am this morning, London time, Curiosity survived its seven minutes of terror and started to beam back some of the clearest images we've ever seen from the surface of Mars...

Curiosity Mars Rover image from the surface of Mars Copyright free  image Icon Copyright free: NASA/JPL Curiosity's surroundings upon landing on Mars

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