Wednesday, August 10, 2011

New Photos From Mars




These photos are completely fascinating.

After a nearly three-year journey, the Mars rover Opportunity on Tuesday reached the rim of the Endeavour crater, according to a statement from NASA. "Opportunity's findings and data from the upcoming Mars Science Laboratory will play a key role in making possible future human missions to Mars and other places where humans have not yet been," Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator, said in the statement.

27 comments:

  1. great pics! what is this think on lower corner, on the left?

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  2. Really cool! i will have to go there sometime :) hah

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  3. Not gunna lie, looks like California. Doesn't bode well for the future of our ecosystem.

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  4. Mars is a really lonely place. :D
    Following and supporting, mate! :)

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  5. saying whats up to all our Martian neighbors.

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  6. Glorious. I can't believe that thing is still running.

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  7. We were just talking about this yesterday, glad the rover is still alive

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  8. impresive pic's....I love nasa's work...nice blog btw...following

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  9. I wish I was martian. Like really bad!

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  10. Nice place to live. No people would bother me there. :D

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  11. thats crazy haha, always blows me away to think "those pictures are of a different planet"

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  12. Wow, those are pretty amazing photos. I wonder if they find more types of lifeforms.

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  13. great post!
    i heard they wer e about to send another robot more!

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  14. @Diego Sousa - It's probably a solar panel

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  15. Yeah, it is crazy to think that is another planet. I know what you mean. Sometimes you're looking at it, and you're just looking at rocks and shit, and then it hits you, that is an entirely different planet.

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  16. This is the sweetness. Pretty soon there will be martian hotels

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