As Adi has already told us, today NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory is scheduled to the Curiosity rover at approximately 3.30pm AEST.
This morning ANU’s own Dr Charley Lineweaver appeared on the ABC giving a great explanation of the mission in his signature style – check it out here.
You can also watch a live stream of the control centre during the landing via NASA TV.
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August 6, 2012 at 10:39
You can also watch a webcast with talks from scientists from the Victorian Space Science Education Centre at http://bit.ly/OEDlVk . Coverage begins around 2pm AEST.
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