Curiosity landing on Mars

Mars GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite System for Mars

It was an early morning in Europe in the middle of the very hot summer. And one event made it even cool. Curiosity landed safely on the surface of Mars.

I was providing a live comments in Slovak language during the on-line live stream from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

Image sources: NASA

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