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News Archive / Tagged: Vera Rubin Ridge

  • Curiosity measures gravity of Mount Sharp

    Laurel KornfeldFebruary 3rd, 2019

    NASA's Curiosity rove has measured the gravity on Mount Sharp in much the same way Apollo 17 astronauts measured the Moon's gravity in 1972.

  • Curiosity reveals mysterious variety of terrains at Vera Rubin Ridge

    Laurel KornfeldSeptember 11th, 2018

    The area around NASA's Curiosity rover is providing scientists with colors and textures that are leaving them puzzled.

  • Panoramic images show Curiosity’s route on Mars since 2012 landing

    Laurel KornfeldFebruary 1st, 2018

    Members of NASA's Curiosity team combined individual photos taken by the rover's Mast Camera (Mastcam) on the northern flank of Mount Sharp to create a panorama that overlooks the many sites the six-wheeled geologist has visited since landing on Mars in 2012.

  • Curiosity eyes new ridge in exploration of the Red Planet

    Ocean McIntyreJuly 15th, 2017

    After nearly five years of its exploration of the Red Planet, the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) rover, more commonly known as the Curiosity rover, will begin its long-awaited study of a tantalizing ridge formation along a slope of Mount Sharp in the center of Gale Crater.