Skip to comments.Curiosity Reaches Out with Martian Handshake and Contemplates New Drilling
Posted on 05/11/2013 11:58:44 AM PDT by BenLurkin
NASAs Curiosity rover has reached out in a Martian handshake like gesture welcoming the end of solar conjunction that marks the resumption of contact with her handlers back on Earth evidenced in a new photo mosaic of images captured as the robot and her human handlers contemplate a short traverse to a 2nd drilling target in the next few days.
Well move a small bit and then drill another hole, said John Grotzinger to Universe Today. Grotzinger, of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif., leads NASAs Curiosity Mars Science Laboratory mission.
It isn't cute. It's just annoying.
Shouldn’t that rover be bowing to Meca 5 times a day in accordance with Islam, a primary objective of NASA under Obama?
Drilling...on Mars......well I guess if we can’t frack in the US...Mars is the go-to place to be.
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