NASA's latest mission to explore the surface of Mars. Roving the Red Planet since Aug. 5, 2012 (PDT) (Aug 6 UTC).
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1st drive complete! This is how I roll: forward 3 meters, 90º turn, then back. Electric slide, anyone? [pic]
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it's always not enough, isn't it?
@Merennulli @NoahSpamoli The tire treads are in fact coded as "JPL": http://bit.ly/O2lbLl
Morse-coded "JPL" track marks? See top of pic, about 1/3 of pic's width from the left. Anyone know for sure?
Bootprint from Martian squeegee guy.
Oh for fuck's sake @KLSeering. If it WAS a boot, why would they release this pic? Ergo, it's not.
@KLSeering I had the same question & did some looking. It's wheel design: http://bit.ly/O2lbLl
one small step for rover, big step for all rovers! ;) #wigglewigglewiggle #PewPew
This is the kind of PR NASA needs to make people enthusiastic for the space program! Bravo NASA!
Thanks for these amazing pics that you are posting to us....Its awesome to me to know some xtraordinary facts of mars
...one giant roll for 'bot-kind!
Bravo!!!! @@@ @@@
Is it just me or doe that looklike a bootprint in the upper right? Conspiracy theory...?
It's one small roll for a 'bot...
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