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Topic:Xbox LIVE: Mars Rover Landing (Kinect game)
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Credit: NASA TV

Above: Jeff Norris with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Danielle Roosa, granddaughter of Apollo 14 astronaut Stuart Roosa and a NASA intern, demonstrates the Xbox 360 game "Mars Rover Landing" at a July 16, 2012, press conference at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

"Technology is making it possible for the public to participate in exploration as it never has before," Michelle Viotti, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Mars public engagement manager, said. "Because Mars exploration is fundamentally a shared human endeavor, we want everyone around the globe to have the most immersive experience possible." Xbox description

How hard is it to land on Mars? Test your skills! Your mission: guide NASA's Mars rover Curiosity to its landing site safely and on target. Use your body to direct the craft and control thrusters as you descend. Gain avatar gear and achievements for a safe landing. The rover's success depends on you!

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