NASA goes nuts over Mars landing

Published On: Aug 06 2012 02:28:55 PM EDT

Emotions were sky high after NASA's rover Curiosity successfully landed on Mars early Monday. Check out the reactions from mission control.

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Curiosity is scheduled to last for two years on Mars, but it may operate longer. Two other rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, have landed on Mars in the past. Spirit stopped communicating with NASA in 2010 after getting stuck in sand, and Opportunity is still going.

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