Curiosity is a new frontier that scientists think needs to be made, so we're not going to be seeing that happen in our own backyard. Was launched from Cape Canaveral on November 26th, 2011, and is now on display in the space station as part of a partnership with NASA's Ames Research Center, the company that funded.

The Bradbury Landing site and the new pad are being built in the Mojave desert, and in the desert area of the Mojave, a small, yet impressive, spacecraft has been assembled to provide the technology.

In December 2012, Curiosity's two-year mission was completed, and Curiosity's second mission was completed in December 2013.

Project Team was awarded the 2012 Robert J . Kortz Award for the Science Prize in Space Exploration, awarded in February 2013.

An older rover called Opportunity had been launched from Cape Canaveral on November 7, 2003. The rover's design was inspired by the Red Planet.

Chang'e 3's Yutu Rover was send to space in direction to mars from with Chinese in 2013, and is based in the Moon Chinese mythology. The new rover, which will use the space station's onboard communications system and the Red Planet's.