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Au 43ème jour de sa mission sur Mars (19 septembre 2012), Curiosity se trouve environ à mi-chemin de Glenelg. Il a parcouru 290 mètres depuis son départ de Bradbury Landing, son site d'atterrissage, le 22 août 2012. Au sol 43, il s'est approché du rocher pyramidal  Jake Matijevic  pour mener sa première analyse à l'aide de l'instrument APXS.

This map shows the route driven by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity through the Martian day, or sol, of the rover's mission on Mars (Sept. The route starts where the rover touched down, a site subsequently named Bradbury Landing.

Curiosity takes first nighttime and ‘black light’ photos  http://themeridianijournal.com/2013/01/curiosity-takes-first-nighttime-and-black-light-photos

Curiosity Rover uses the UV light to take nighttime image of the white veins on a rock

Possible mud cracks on Mars as seen by Curiosity

Close-up view of the interesting network of ridges on this rock. Curiosity, sol Processing by Paul Hammond.

More of the odd "bubbles" in this new Mastcam image from Curiosity, sol 137. They look like tiny volcanoes...

More of the odd "bubbles" in this new Mastcam image from Curiosity, sol They look like tiny volcanoes.

Curiosity closing in on Dingo Gap http://themeridianijournal.com/2014/01/curiosity-closing-dingo-gap

Curiosity closing in on Dingo Gap http://themeridianijournal.com/2014/01/curiosity-closing-dingo-gap

Panoramic image of the view from Curiosity on sol 409. Click image for link to larger version. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Damia Bouic       Postcard from Mars - the view from Curiosity on sol 409

Panoramic image of the view from Curiosity on sol Click image for link to larger version. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Damia Bouic Postcard from Mars - the view from Curiosity on sol 409

Beautiful image of Saturn with its rings and north polar hexagon, from Cassini. Processing by Ian Regan.

'GJ 1132b' pode ter atmosfera, o que dá experanças aos cientistas. (Nasa)

Exoplaneta rochoso, muito perto da Terra, pode ter atmosfera

GJ Nearest Earth-Sized Exoplanet Discovered So Far May Be a ‘Venus Twin’

This image of an outcrop at the "Sheepbed" locality, taken by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover with its right Mast Camera (Mastcam), shows well-defined veins filled with whitish minerals, interpreted as calcium sulfate.

As the scientists of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity are exploring and building their schema by watching it roll over Mars; our children are exploring and building their attitudes toward learning through their curiosity.

Mars rover Curiosity: Images from the Red Planet

Mars rover Curiosity: Images from the Red Planet

Amazing new high-resolution orbital view of Curiosity rover’s landing site

A mound with a view – another beautiful panorama from Curiosity http://themeridianijournal.com/2013/01/a-mound-with-a-view-another-beautiful-panorama-from-curiosity

A mound with a view – another beautiful panorama from Curiosity http://themeridianijournal.com/2013/01/a-mound-with-a-view-another-beautiful-panorama-from-curiosity

Will Curiosity find new clues to ancient Martian habitability at Hematite Ridge? http://www.examiner.com/article/will-curiosity-find-new-clues-to-ancient-martian-habitability-at-hematite-ridge

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Hematite ridge: site for Curiosity rover to explore ancient habitability?

Image of "cauliflower" silica formations found by the Spirit rover in 2008 near Home Plate in Gusev crater. Do they hold clues to ancient life on Mars? Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech[/caption...

‘Cauliflower’ Silica Formations on Mars: Evidence of Ancient Life?

Curiosity uses drill to collect first sample from inside Martian bedrock  http://themeridianijournal.com/2013/02/curiosity-uses-drill-to-collect-first-sample-from-inside-martian-bedrock

Curiosity uses drill to collect first sample from inside Martian bedrock http://themeridianijournal.com/2013/02/curiosity-uses-drill-to-collect-first-sample-from-inside-martian-bedrock

Nice new drill hole by Curiosity at the Mojave2 drill site in Pahrump Hills. The smooth areas kind of look like plaster or cement. :-)

Nice new drill hole by Curiosity at the drill site in Pahrump Hills. The smooth areas kind of look like plaster or cement.

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