Curiosity begin its walk on Mars

Curiosity begins the Curious Exploration

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Curiosity begins the test drive on Mars proving that it can indeed move. Although moving at a very small speed, lesser than 4cm per second, it covered a distance of six meters.

If Curiosity keeps making a slow and a steady progress we might learn a lot more about Mars, mostly about any clues that life ever existed on that planet.

Lights dancing in the backgroundNasa’s Curiosity rover has also captured a strange white light dancing across the horizon of Mars and four blobs hovering in the sky. Many alien believers say that those are alien ships keeping an eye on curiosity, where as Nasa and photography experts insist they are nothing more than smudges on the images, picked up by the camera lens sitting on the rover. Hmm Interesting :)

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