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Curiosity

NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission is an ongoing robotic space mission involving two Mars rovers, Spirit[1] and Opportunity,[2] exploring the planet Mars. It began in 2003 with the sending of the two rovers: MER-A Spirit and MER-B Opportunity—to explore the Martian surface and geology. Both rovers outlived their planned missions of 90 Martian solar days by far. MER-A Spirit was active until 2010. MER-B Opportunity is still active. The success of the two MERs led to the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission, sending a bigger rover Curiosity in 2012.
[Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Exploration_Rover]

Weight 899 kg
Dimensions 300 cm
Purpose

Space

Created by

NASA

Frame composition

mobile vehicle

Origin

Helper

Introduction to public

2003

Talking

None

Inner Mouth

None

Lips

None

Teeth

None

Chin

None

Ears

None

Cheeks

None

Neck

Further away than Humans, Smaller compared to humans, Tech visible

Skin Type

Not defined

Mouth

None

Mouth emotion

Not defined

Target group

Astronauts, Researchers and Programmers

Facial shape

No specific form

Eyebrows

None

Eyes

Multiple eyes, Round Camera Lense

Eyelashes

None

Eyelids

None

Eyeshape

Round

Nose

None

Degrees of Freedom

Undefined

Skin Color

Metallic

Facial Hair

None

Country

United States

Gender

Female

Version

Ongoing

Tongue

None

Eye Size

Undefined

Head-Neck-Body

Head-Neck-Body

Eye Specification

Camera as Pupil, Multiple eyes