Curiosity update: ‘Investigating the Chinle outcrop’

0828MH0001970010301721C00_DXXX-br2Sol 830-832, December 5, 2014, update from USGS Scientist Lauren Edgar: “Well it was an exciting day for space exploration!  As we were working operations this morning many space enthusiasts on the team were keeping tabs on the launch and splashdown of the Orion capsule – the new spacecraft that might someday take astronauts to Mars.  It was fun to think about future human exploration on Mars as we were putting together our rover plan for the day.  It was also great to have all three USGS bloggers working together today. I was on duty as the Geology and Mineralogy Science Theme Lead and Ryan was the Keeper of the Plan… [More at link]

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