‘Curiosity’ – Mission to Mars

As I mentioned in one of my comments 6 years ago, ‘do I think Mars once sustained life or has the ingredients to do so’ – of course, yes I do.

So happy to see they actually found those building blocks in June 2018 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/science-environment-44411846/nasa-building-blocks-of-life-on-mars-found
https://vimeo.com/50727254 ‘A Postcard from Mars’, latest real images from Mars 🙂

Congratulations Curiosity on your superb landing at Gale Crater, Planet Mars, your new home, my heart skipped a beat for a few moments!!! Please follow Nasa’s Mars Science Laboratory Mission at http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/ for the latest news and amazing stuff 🙂

The Nasa rover called ‘Curiosity’ has finally arrived at Gale Crater on planet Mars after a 154 million miles journey, hurtling towards the Mars at over 13,000 mph. The main aim of Curiosity is to see whether the environment of Mars once held the ingredients of life and so Curiosity will drill into the rocks and soil and analyse samples. It is one of the most fascinating events of our recent times and a giant step forward in space exploration, enjoy 🙂

Images and video courtesy of Nasa’s Mars Science Laboratory mission
music by the awesome www.soundcloud.com/Idenline ‘You and Me’ extended mix.

Many thanks to the hard work and true good spirit of the people of NASA and all those that support it or are simply curious about our existence and life elsewhere, peace 🙂

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