Catch up on "Curiosity lands on Mars'
by Kathleen McCoy |
If you weren't sitting in the UAA Planetarium or Room 120 of the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building (CPISB) Sunday evening (Aug. 5) to see the rover land on Mars, don't miss KTUU's report of the UAA "Curiosity Landing Party." You can also check out UAA's Facebook page for an album of photos from the event. And updates will be coming steadily on the NASA UStream channel. You can click on the image at right to see a larger version of the NASA shot, showing the shadow of Curiosity cast upon the surface of the planet Mars. This was the second image sent by the rover, via a satellite, to Earth.