NASA will land its Mars Rover, Curiosity, on the planet this weekend. It’s expected to touch down around 1.30am EDT, Monday, August 6. While there are plenty of coverage options available, those who own an Xbox 360 will be able stream the event through the dashboard. According to Major Nelson, just hit up the Mars Rover section of the dashboard’s main page, which will take you to NASA TV live from Mission control at the JPL during the final moments before landing. You can find out more about the Rover Curiosity through Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Lab website.
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Mars Rover Curiosity
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