Bradbury Landing

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Etymology[edit]

Named on August 22, 2012, by NASA in honor of writer Ray Bradbury. Landing because it was the landing site of the Curiosity rover some two weeks earlier.

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Bradbury Landing

  1. An area approximately 140 square kilometers (54 sq mi) at 4.5895°S 137.4417°E on the planet Mars.

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