Reaction to "Curiosity's" Mars landing has spread from the internet to the streets of Abilene.
Surprisingly enough, there were some people who had not yet heard of the "Curiosity" rover landing on the red planet, but it's not going to be easy to ignore for long, especially with all the attention it's getting.
There were those who knew, and those who didn't.
But whether you do or not, you might start getting curious about "Curiosity."
On top of news coverage, the rover in the heavens is getting some serious love on the Internet.
If you're online you might've noticed it's popularity "soaring."
Just a few hours ago "Curiosity" was up to 149,000 likes on Facebook and over 681,000 followers on Twitter.
Another reason to get into the "Curiosity" craze, a laser that's mounted on the rover.
It can fire at any rock on the red planet from 30 feet away and analyze it from the vaporized pieces.