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Curiosity Rover

  1. Curiosity Rover Preparing to Snort Mars Crystals Before Undergoing Major Software Update; Is Total Badass

    Rock and rove.

    Look out, Martians! Crystal-guzzling robot in the house!

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  2. NASA and littleBits Team up for “Space Kit” Snap-Together Circuit Board Module Set

    You know you want to build your own rover.

    We love the magnetic snap-together circuit-building toy littleBits, and today we love them even more. They've partnered with NASA for a Space Kit version that includes lesson plans specially designed by NASA for the budding little space geek. (Or for the childish, space-obsessed blogger.)

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  3. Still Not Aliens: NASA Says That Flash of Light Seen by Curiosity Rover Isn’t What UFO Speculators Think It Is

    TL;DR version: It's never aliens.

    The above image is making it's way around UFO sites and news outlets alike. It's a photo taken by the Mars Curiosity rover on April 3rd, and it doesn't show aliens. Relax, Internet.

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  4. This Is the Beep the Curiosity Rover Sends NASA Everyday So They Know She’s Okay

    And it makes Bobak Ferdowsi really happy.

    This picture from Bobak Ferdowsi's Instagram account shows the waveform of the status beep that Curiosity sends back to Earth from the surface of Mars to let NASA and Ferdowsi know she's doing fine.

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  5. The Curiosity Rover Snapped Its First Picture of Earth and Safely Crossed Into the Dingo Gap

    A dingo did not eat our rover.

    The Curiosity rover is a long way from home, boys and girls, and this shot of what the Earth looks like from where it is on Mars is a reminder of just how far that is. Across the cold, empty reaches of space, the rover has taken a picture of the home of all seven billion humans, and it looks like just a tiny speck.

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  6. Curiosity Rover May Risk Life In Dangerous “Dingo Gap”

    Maybe the dingo will eat our rover.

    This week NASA is deliberating sending their Curiosity rover on an expedition into Dingo Gap- a mission that they admit could bring an end to Curiosity's quest for knowledge, and leaving her to die a lonely death far from our comforting embrace.

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  7. @SarcasticRover Is Teaching Us All about Martian Santa Today on Twitter

    Have a very spacey Christmas, everyone.

    The @SarcasticRover twitter account really is one of our favorites. It's a perfect blend of comedy and science, and today it's throwing Christmas into the mix and teaching Earthlings about Martian Santa in a string of tweets. How does he get around? What does he like to eat? Is he like your dad? Find out in these Tweets.

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  8. Curiosity Rover Found Signs of an Ancient Lake on Mars That Was Possibly Hospitable to Life

    What life? Let's just hope it's not those water monsters from "The Waters of Mars."

    Here on Earth, we pretty much expect our water to be drinkable, but it's a pretty amazing find on Mars. Scientists reported earlier this year that the Curiosity Rover found signs of an ancient lake on Mars, but they're just now finding out that the lake's water may have been basically drinkable by human standards and hospitable to life.

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  9. Six Great Science Selfies to Celebrate That Science and Selfie Are Words of the Year

    Who knew that selfies and science had such a beautiful symbiotic relationship?

    We're behind NASA's logic on most things (especially on how great space is), but we're extra into their logic that both "selfie" and "science" being named words of the year means that science selfies are pretty much the ultimate accomplishment. That's why we've compiled the best science selfies we could find.

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  10. NASA Prohibited From Doing Science During Shutdown, Parody Twitter Account Rises to Fill Science Gap

    There are people federally prohibited from doing science right now.

    As part of the government shutdown, NASA scientists are prohibited from doing science. A Twitter parody account of the Mars Curiosity rover, @SarcasticRover, doesn't think that's fair. So she announced this week the start of the #ShutdownScienceClub and she's encouraging everyone to #DoAScience and tweet a photo. Get to it!

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