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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Bruce Wayne, Apr 13, 2015.
Technically, Perseverance is the alien.
Holy shit, I just had to lookup Curiosity's date to make sure I didn't misread this. That does NOT feel like 10 years ago.
This thing took off July 30 and just landed. Fucking awesome
Martian geologist. Oh yeah? I graduated college in 6 years.
Today was awesome.
I also had absolutely no idea this happened or that these photos exist:
Looks like Syria during a sand storm
pretty sure that’s a Mexico based scene in a Soderbergh movie
This is my cousin
Looks like a scene from bladerunner 2049
That’s a few years old from Curiosity, which doesn’t have any microphones, so the sounds have been added.
Here’s a new HD pic from Perseverance
I also found out yesterday that the Russians did that in 1982! Holy shit.
Perseverance being lowered onto Martian soil.
Some people are soooo fucking smart. Can't comprehend the amount of neurons firing that went in to making all this shit happen.
I love watching the reaction videos from all the NASA nerds
NatGeo channel had several episodes last night re the clean rooms that they used to develop and build it. It showed them hand drilling holes to what they originally thought were unattainable tolerances.
Not NatGeo but interesting
I like his wife lol
Lets start burying our dead there and see what happens.
do you want zombie martians because that's how you get zombie martians a so-bad-it's-good sci-fi channel original movie
“They Came from Mars...but they’re dead this time”
Clea Duvall was one of the people who made me realized I'm into women who are clearly lesbians and that it may be an ongoing problem in my life aaaaaaaand I was correct.
Your cousin is awesome. Thanks for sharing. An interesting read.
I liked how the Nasa engineer spoke like a normal person explaining things. "The rover arm is in a tucked position. It can drill and do a lot of science things. The HazCam's are just like a backup camera on your car." I think being able to simplify and explain things in basic terms makes science a lot less intimidating and will encourage more and more people join STEM.
So show it already
Yeah it’s nice to finally have a science guy that can explain things to us in laymen’s terms.
Tried my hand at some moon photography last night.
I realize it shouldn’t be surprising, but it kinda was when I saw that the rover’s top speed is .1 mph
Mars at night.
(Not sure why the direct link isn’t working)
Incredible. Thought I was watching CGI for a min there.