Posted Aug 06, 2012By
PASADENA, Calif. — In a show of technological wizardry, the robotic explorer Curiosity blazed through the pink skies of Mars, steering itself to a gentle landing inside a giant crater for the most ambitious dig yet into the red planet’s past.
A chorus of cheers and applause echoed through the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Sunday night after the most high-tech interplanetary rover ever built signaled it had survived a harrowing plunge through the thin Mars atmosphere.
“Touchdown confirmed,” said engineer Allen Chen. “We’re safe on Mars.”
(Photographs by Peter Hvizdak – New Haven Register) Yale University football vs. Lehigh at Yale Bowl in New H
As we near the final hour, we depart from structure and travel with soul.
Work progresses on a new interchange for Interstate 95 between New Haven and West Haven including a new on ramp.
Thousands were forcibly evacuated from their homes after heavy rains caused flooding in major parts of the metropo
The Salt Meadow Park opened at the site of the former Griswold Airport in Madison, Connecticut.
Hugo made landfall just north of Charleston, SC at Sullivan's Island around midnight September 22, 1989 as a Catego