It's August 6, and earlier today, a rover named Curiosity landed on Mars. Mars has fascinated us earthlings for years. Think about how many movies have had "martians" in them. That's why Curiosity is an appropriate name for the vehicle that will satisfy our thirst for knowledge and give us real, factual information about what Mars is like. You can learn more about NASA's mission to Mars and the Curiosity rover by visiting this Web site, and if you have some curiosity about the American School and how we can help you earn your accredited high school diploma, check out the rest of our Web site!
Today’s Special Occasion: Curiosity Lands on Mars
August 6, 2012 by