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MSL Science Corner Updated! - 07.09.2010

The Mars Science Laboratory mission is scheduled to launch in late 2011. The contents of the MSL Science Corner, including descriptions of the instruments, sampling hardware, and operations, have been updated to reflect changes that have occurred during the development of the hardware and planning for the 2011 opportunity. At present, the entire flight system is undergoing assembly and testing at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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