This is just cool:
For the first time in history, a recorded song has been beamed back to Earth from another planet. Students, special guests and news media gathered at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., today to hear “Reach for the Stars” by musician will.i.am after it was transmitted from the surface of Mars by the Curiosity rover.
- July 16, 2012 -- Seven Minutes of Hell (0)
OK, so I understand that the size and weight of Curiosity bar it from being able to be bounced around on the surface of Mars. But really, this seems kinda crazy in a way:
What if one single...
- January 7, 2010 -- Mars anomalies (6)
This is just cool. No science to support it, just cool.
- January 23, 2008 -- Man on Mars? (2)
This pic is creating quite a stir:
It's kinda small because it's been cropped from this pic:
I have several initial thoughts on this thing:
For starters, I can NOT believe someone zoomed i...
- September 1, 2007 -- Good Morning Spirit and Opportunity! (0)
The Mars rovers basically awoke from their hibernation during the dust storms on Mars. From the sound of things, they're functioning and ready to go again. The stuff they're finding on Mars is pr...
- September 7, 2011 -- Voyager 1′s Great Escape (0)
A fantastic article on one of my all time favorite NASA missions:
Launched two weeks after its sister spacecraft, Voyager 1 lifted off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s SLC-41 at 08:...