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00:55:00
Two rovers are set to land on Mars during NASA’s Exploration Rover mission. The second, Opportunity, should land today. We’ll review the Exploration Rover mission thus far.

00:55:16
Take a virtual tour to discover what it might be like to touch, smell, and hear on Mars.

01:01:59
We mirrored NASA TV. Peek into the control room as the Opportunity rover lands on the Red Planet.

00:46:33
Water has been called “the elixir of life” but was there ever water on Mars? Explore this and other questions about possible Martian life.

00:57:03
On Mars, would a Frisbee “fris”? Would a boom box “boom”? Exploratorium scientist Paul Doherty demonstrates how Mars’s gravity would affect our toys and gadgets.

00:22:58
With Special Guest Dr. Robert Full! Witness robots that scurry, cockroach-like, over walls and other obstacles. Get a sneak peek behind UC Berkeley’s Poly-PEDAL Lab, a hotbed of Bay Area robotics innovation.

00:46:27
We'll check in with scientists at JPL and find out what unexpected discoveries they've made in the first two weeks of observation.

00:41:12
We'll check in with scientists at JPL and find out what unexpected discoveries they've made in the first two weeks of observation.

00:31:00
Explore how Mars has been perceived from antiquity to Galileo to the present.

00:46:22
Dr. Paul Doherty “discovered” Martian snowflakes by creating them in the lab. Join him as he discusses ice on Mars and its possible manifestations in astronomical phenomena.