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NASA Curiosity Lands on Mars

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.

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