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PBS NewsHour | For NASA Rover Team, Many Years of Work Paid Off | PBS

Duration: 13:21
Program: PBS NewsHour
Broadcast Date: Aug. 6, 2012

It only took minutes for Curiosity to land on Mars. But the celebration of the successful landing -- and the mission itself -- will last much longer. Judy Woodruff talks to science correspondent Miles O'Brien and John Grunsfeld of NASA about Curiosity and the years NASA scientists spent planning the journey to Mars.

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Post Date: August 6, 2012