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Science Future for July 28, 2012

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11:54am, July 13, 2012

August 5/6
NASA’s new Mars rover Curiosity is scheduled to land on Mars late night August 5 Pacific Daylight Time (in the early hours of August 6 in the Eastern time zone). NASA TV will cover the landing live. Find updates on Curiosity at bit.ly/SFMarsland

August 16
The 21-and-up crowd can learn about the Big Bang in a Science Lounge event at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. See bit.ly/SFdenverbang

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