Watch Mars Rover Curiosity Land On Red Planet With NASA

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The panoramic camera onboard the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit shows the rover's landing site, the Columbia Memorial Station  January 18, 2004 at Gusev Crater, on Mars. The rover is expected to travel northeast, 250 meters (820 feet), to a large crater.  (Photo by NASA/JPL/Cornell via Getty Images)

The panoramic camera onboard the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit shows the rover’s landing site, the Columbia Memorial Station January 18, 2004 at Gusev Crater, on Mars. The rover is expected to travel northeast, 250 meters (820 feet), to a large crater. (Photo by NASA/JPL/Cornell via Getty Images)

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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — NASA is opening its doors to a select group of space enthusiasts to watch the latest Mars rover, Curiosity, land on the Red Planet.

25 who engage with NASA on social media platforms will be invited to watch the event at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.

To enter for your chance to be one of the lucky 25 selected, simply interact with the space agency on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and other social networks by Friday at noon.

During the two-year mission, Curiosity will investigate whether the selected area of Mars offered environmental conditions favorable for microbial life and for preserving evidence about life if it existed.

Learn more on NASA’s website.

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