Mars rover Curiosity preparations at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
epa03336483 Mission Controller, Brad Compton, monitors the progress of the Mars Curiosity mission at the Space Operations Center and Mission Control Area in NASA's Mars Science Laboratory at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, USA, 02 August 2012. The Mars Curiosity rover is scheduled to touchdown on the Martian surface on 05 August 2012 and will explore the Red Planet for two years. EPA/MICHAEL NELSON
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