Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover




This is a model of the Mars Science Laboratory rover, named Curiosity. It is currently on Mars with a mission to investigate the past and current habitability of the Red Planet. On August 5, 2012, it touched down at Gale Crater, near the equator. This model has a fully articulated arm, deployable mast, and a working rocker-bogie suspension system that allows the rover to climb over large rocks and keep all six of its wheels on the ground.

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Name Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover
Designer Perijove
Designed 2011
Inventory 314 parts
Theme Space
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