Video Of The Curiosity Rover Landing On Mars

NASA’s $2.6 billion rover, Curiosity, landed on Mars early Monday morning to search for life. The mission control team celebrated as the rover landed, and as the first images were broadcasted back to earth.

2. Everybody was really excited.

3. At the moment of landing.

4. There were hugs when the first images came back.

5. And more hugs.

6. And tears.

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