The Curiosity Cam Lets You Sit-In on NASA's Latest Project

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: ustream & engadget
If you're a fan of all things outer space then you've got to check out NASA's new livestreaming 'Curiosity Cam.' The Curiosity Cam lets you watch as NASA scientists and engineers build the new Mars Rover in Pasadena, California.

Th Curiosity Cam is active Monday to Friday from 8am-11pm. The feed itself is pretty active with the camera being centered on the rover and the scientists working on it. I highly recommend watching the feed if only for a few minutes just to get an idea of what goes into the making of a vehicle designed for another planet. Stats for Live Rocket Constructions Trending: Older & Chilly
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