Mars Curiosity's Labs Are Back in Action

Mars Curiosity's Labs Are Back in Action

Mars Curiosity's Labs Are Back in Action

The Rover Curiosity made an exciting discovery on Mars, as well as many new and unique frame of the planet.

According to Nasa, testing of both the new drilling procedures and sample delivery will continue to be refined as Curiosity's engineers research their results on Mars.

The live panel discussion will feature appearances from several big-name scientists, including Paul Mahaffy, director of the Solar System Exploration Division at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Jen Eigenbrode, research scientist at Goddard, Chris Webster, from NASA's Pasadena-based Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and Ashwin Vasavada, Mars Science Laboratory project scientist.

So far, results have been promising and mission control has even ordered Curiosity to return to old sites that it visited while the drill was unserviceable.

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The event can be streamed live on NASA's online TV channel, Facebook Live, Twitch TV, Ustream, Youtube, and Periscope.

At the same time, British journalist and media commentator Nick Pope voiced his opinion on the new MSL discovery on Twitter.

The Curiosity was launched in November 2011 and landed on Mars in August the following year. For the first four years, the nuclear-powered rover operated longer and better than expected, but in December 2016, a problem occurred. Namely, NASA reprogrammed the rover to use its robotic arms as a driller in order to restart the examinations of the Mars' rocks.

The sample transfer technique enables Curiosity to place its drill over two small inlets in addition to the rover's deck.

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"This was no small feat".

Recently, NASA announced that its engineers found a new way to use Curiosity Rover to drill rocks on Mars, after concluding that the drilling mechanism of the rover can't be remotely repaired. The risk paid off, and now we have a key pattern that we may have never received. "It is rather impressive to have a moment such as this, five years to the assignment".

"On Mars we must attempt to estimate visually while that is Functioning, only by taking a look at pictures of just how much wax drops out", explained John Michael Moorokian of JPL, the scientist who headed development of this new sample shipping procedure. "It means we can resume studying Mount Sharp, which Curiosity is climbing, with our full range of scientific tools".

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