NASA Lets You Play With Curiosity Rover Landing On Mars (+VIDEO)



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Anyone may attempt to land the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars, virtually of course, with NASA game. Produced together with Microsoft, Mars Rover Landing is free on the Xbox 360 and can be played utilizing the Kinect motion sensor. With the game, the NASA team attempted to replicate in details what the real engineers will have to do when landing the craft on the surface of on the red planet on August, 5. And the goal of such a creation is to raise awareness for the Curiosity rover and its overall mission of planetary exploration.
Via: dvice.com


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