Excited for the August 21 eclipse? Visit our Eclipse 2017 page to explore the science, history, and myths of the event. The Curiosity team will be viewing the eclipse alongside NASA in Carbondale, Illinois. Follow us on Facebook for live videos, trivia, and interviews on the big day.
Share the knowledge!
Key Facts In This Video
The Mars Curiosity Rover is almost 10 feet long, and 7 feet tall. 00:04
The Curiosity Rover entered the Martian atmosphere at about 13,000 mph (21,000 km/h). 00:49
To land on Mars, the Curiosity Rover was lowered by tethers from a sky crane. 01:39