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Mars Science Laboratory (Full Simulation)

Mars Science Laboratory (Full Simulation)
The Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) is a NASA rover scheduled to be launched in 2011 and perform the first-ever precision landing on Mars. It will conduct a wide range of experiments/observations on the surface.


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Posted by nova on February 12, 2009
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