NASA’s landing of its $2.5 billion rover on Mars will be broadcast on the Toshiba Vision screen, located below the New Year’s Eve Ball in Times Square, a.k.a. the ‘crossroads of the world’.
The touchdown of the Curiosity rover, equipped with a sophisticated roving toolkit for analyzing the red planet for signs that microbial life once existed, embarks on a two-year science mission.
Viewers will not be able to see real-time video of the landing, but thelive images will show staff at mission control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California as they await the signal that the rover touched down.
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