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by Jonathan Amos, Science correspondent
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9 August 2012
On 9 August 2012 BBC News reported:
Adam Steltzner has had a little time to reflect on the historic touchdown of the Curiosity rover on Mars, although he confesses the adrenaline of the past few days means he hasn't himself yet landed back on Earth. The man who led the NASA team that devised the 'crazy' system to get Curiosity on the ground is still buzzing. 'It is a triumph. It is a triumph of ingenuity and engineering, and it's something the team should be very, very proud of,' he says.
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