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Odyssey Tweaked to Monitor Mars Science Lab Aug 5 Landing in Realtime

NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft has successfully adjusted its orbital location to be in a better position to provide prompt confirmation of the August landing of the Curiosity rover at the Gale Crater site. NASA's Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft carrying Curiosity...
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