We're engineers, scientists and the Curiosity rover from NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission. Ask us anything!
UPDATE: It's time for us to get back to our regularly scheduled science. Thanks so much for all your great questions. Most of the team is logging out now, but we'll check back over the next few hours and days and answer more questions as time permits. Wishing you karma and lucky peanuts... -- Curiosity https://twitter.com/marscuriosity/status/629054707470733312
We're celebrating the third "landiversary" of the Curiosity Mars rover. She touched down Aug. 6, 2012, in Eastern Time and UTC, but it was still Aug. 5 here at mission control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. We're looking forward to your questions about the mission so far, our roles on it and the continuing science in Mars' Gale Crater.
Fred Calef -- "Keeper of the Maps" (@cirquelar)
Steve Collins -- aka "NASA Hippy Guy" from landing night. Now contributing behind-the-scenes ops tools (@longhairnasaguy)
Nagin Cox -- Mission Lead/Tactical Uplink Lead (@nasa_nagin)
Joy Crisp -- Deputy Project Scientist
Steve Lee -- Deputy Project Manager (@LeeCuriosity)
Kim Lichtenberg -- Mission Operations Engineer. SAM Instrument Engineer (@marssciencegrad)
Carolina Martinez -- Mars Public Engagement (@NASABeAMartian)
Michael Mischna -- Science Operations Working Group chair (coordinator of daily science activities) and an atmospheric scientist
Katie Stack -- Planetary geologist; geology liaison between the Curiosity rover scientists and engineers (@kstackmorgan)
And the Curiosity Mars rover, with help from the JPL Social Media Team (@NASAJPL)
Veronica McGregor -- JPL News & Social Media Manager (@veronicamcg)
Sasha Samochina -- JPL Social Media Specialist (@cloudsasha)
Stephanie L. Smith -- JPL Social Media Specialist (@stephist)