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All eyes will be on the red planet Sunday night, as NASA's rover, Curiosity, lands on Mars.
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As the space agency's most ambitious rover, Curiosity will explore with greater range than any previous Mars rover, according to NASA. For 23 months after landing, it will analyze dozens of samples drilled from rocks or taken from the ground, the organization said. Curiosity's primary goal? To look for signs that there once was life on Mars.
Get in on the action by watching the live stream above, which includes commentary and interviews. For uninterrupted, mission-only audio, check out this feed.
Other ways to enjoy the big event, include:
- Television: NASA TV is available to subscribers across North America. Ask your cable or satellite provider for details.
- Xbox: Microsoft has added a Mars rover section to the Xbox 360 dashboard. As part of a joint venture, the landing will be streamed as it happens on Xbox Live.
- In-person: Enjoy the landing with fellow space enthusiasts at your local museum or science center. NASA has a list of Mars rover events here.
How will you watch the landing? Tell us in the comments below.
This story originally published on Mashable here.