NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory MSL Curiosity -- Customer Success Video

August 6, 2012

See how Wind River helped power Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Curiosity's complex automated landing sequence and survive the "seven minutes of terror." Mars Science Laboratory's (MSL) Curiosity, the most complex robotic interplanetary probe ever designed, is running on Wind River's industry-leading real-time operating system, VxWorks®. For more than two decades, Wind River's reliable and secure software has served as a key foundational technology for aerospace organizations globally, and we are extremely proud to continue our legacy as a technology provider for NASA JPL's space programs.

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