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August 6th, 2012
11:13 AM ET

What's the next stage of 'Curiosity's' mission? John Zarrella reports

(CNN) - NASA's rover Curiosity successfully carried out a highly challenging landing on Mars early Monday, transmitting images back to Earth after traveling hundreds of millions of miles through space in order to explore the Red Planet.

The $2.6 billion Curiosity made its dramatic arrival on Martian terrain in a spectacle popularly known as the "seven minutes of terror."

CNN's John Zarrella joins Early Start live from NASA's jet propulsion lab in Pasadena, California this morning to discuss the rover's mission and to explain what's next for Curiosity.


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  1. Amir Ali

    Since morning shahbaz sharif sitting hows we understand normally n thing is nwfp got 2 forces died and 3 terrorist died its pakistan navy since yesterday attach

    August 7, 2012 at 1:32 am | Reply
    • Aidan

      Republicans are so afraid of Ed Schultz, they wish he would go away. He calls it right down the mildde, even when it comes to the Democrats. The right wing is not interested in facts or reality so it's useless arguing with them. By the way, people love to watch crap like the balloon incident. That's how we are as Americans, we enjoy drama on TV. The balloon incident was drama. And to tell the truth I don't see a lot of people tuning into MSNBC to watch "balloon family" CNN will win that audience every time.

      September 1, 2012 at 1:43 pm | Reply
  2. Amir Ali

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    August 7, 2012 at 1:28 am | Reply

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