On August 5, 2012, NASA's Curiosity Rover touched down on the Martian surface for the first time. To mark this big-deal occasion, NASA engineers programmed it to celebrate its one-year mark. But it was a party of one, and the venue was Mars.
Send Rover Right Over
What's Martian For "Birthday"?
Listen To The Curiosity Rover Sing "Happy Birthday"
The rover sings itself the tune every August 5, alone on Mars.
Written by Curiosity Staff August 4, 2016
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