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Mars Curiosity Now Roving in Angry Birds

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Although the real Mars Curiosity is roving around the Red Planet, there's another way to spot the Jet Propulsion Laboratory-built space vehicle in the palm of your hands. Now the rover has been added to updates on new levels of the Angry Birds Space games.

The Angry Birds team have joined up with NASA to present a series of educational videos about the Mars Curiosity rover, too, including one starring the infamous "Mohawk Guy" Bobak Ferdowsi.

Back in reality--well, on Mars--the rover has been gathering soil samples for study.

Here are a couple of the NASA/Angry Birds videos:

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