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This article was published on August 15, 2012


Want to ask the NASA Mars Curiosity team a question? You can on Reddit this Thursday

Want to ask the NASA Mars Curiosity team a question? You can on Reddit this Thursday
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The hottest thing on the Internet, or perhaps in the galaxy, is the NASA team that put the Mars Science Laboratory team that put the Curiosity Rover on Mars. Whether it’s the fact that we’re on Mars in a big way, or that a dude on the team has a rad haircut, people are fascinated.

Personally, I’ve found that whomever is running the Curiosity Twitter account is one of the funniest tweeters I’ve ever witnessed.

Today, the team let us know that they’ll be on Reddit for one of the very popular AMA (Ask Me Anything) series:

What are you going to ask the team? I want to know if they’re all going to get a mohawk now:

Before you ask your question, brush up on what NASA has done for us lately.

Reddit is on a roll with these as of late.

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