NASA Curiosity Lands on Mars

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Looking for an easy way to get your kids interested in science?

Look up! Look out! It's the NASA Curiosity!

The nuclear-powered rover, Curiosity by NASA landed on Mars on Sunday. Check out William Shatner telling the back story of the mission and building of this super-duper machine.

And TA-DA! She made it! Like having an outer space Olympic moment!

Track the updates at this NASA site.

Our resident rocket scientist, Aunt J, is always fun to have around to discuss NASA and rocket ships and experiments in old South Dakota mines.

What do you do to get your kids excited about science?

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