Curiosity lands on Mars

Updated: Aug 06, 2012 17:08 IST

A general view shows the 70 metre dish that is tracking Nasa's Mars science laboratory car-sized rover Curiosity at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Station at Tidbinbilla in Canberra on. Nasa on August 5 successfully landed its 2.5 billion USD Mars Science Laboratory and Curiosity rover on the surface of the Red Planet, marking the most ambitious attempt to reach Mars in history. (AFP/ Mark Graham)
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A general view shows the 70 metre dish that is tracking Nasa's Mars science laboratory car-sized rover Curiosity at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Station at Tidbinbilla in Canberra on. Nasa on August 5 successfully landed its 2.5 billion USD Mars Science Laboratory and Curiosity rover on the surface of the Red Planet, marking the most ambitious attempt to reach Mars in history. (AFP/ Mark Graham)

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