Through the ‘Eyes’ of NASA's Mars Rovers

Through the ‘Eyes’ of NASA's Mars Rovers
July 2013 in Seattle

NASA currently operates two robots actively exploring the surface of Mars, Opportunity and Curiosity. At this bonus July Queen Anne Science Café co-hosted with the Planetary Society, join Caltech’s Melissa Rice, Ph.D., for a tour of Mars as seen through the "eyes" of these rovers. What are the latest news and discoveries from these missions? What’s next, both for these rovers and for Mars exploration in general?

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