When I’ve previously written about Mars One, the Dutch proposal to send people there on a one-way trip, I’ve expressed a considerable degree of doubt that the entire enterprise was in any way a realistic proposition, and while I would truly love it to be real, I’ve never thought it was, there are simply too … Read moreMars One debunked
There now exists a shortlist of 100 who have signed up for a one way trip to Mars … yes really. So the 100 who have signed up truly believe they are going, and the Mars One folks claim they are serious about really doing this. If curious about what happens when, then here is their … Read morePacking for Mars … would you be willing to go?
While in the US I had the privilege of listening to Nagin Cox from the mission operations team for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) – NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover. Who? OK, first a bit of background on her … Nagin graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering and a BA in Psychology … Read moreCatching up with the MARS Curiosity rover
Now this might not look like much, but that is a picture taken on MARS and in the sky is everything we have ever known or loved in one tiny blue dot (hat tip to Carl for that thought) … Hey, I can’t see it, can you zoom in? Sure, here you go, and guess … Read moreNASA Mars Rover Curiosity Sees ‘Evening Star’ Earth
There is a really interesting story in today’s Independent that caught my eye … A mysterious rock which appeared in front of the Opportunity rover is “like nothing we’ve ever seen before”, according to Mars exploration scientists at Nasa. Experts said they were “completely confused” by both the origins and makeup of the object, which … Read moreNasa says Mars mystery rock that ‘appeared’ from nowhere is ‘like nothing we’ve ever seen before’
They never intended to do so … honestly … but alas NASA has managed to draw an image of a Penis on the surface Mars. As reported by the HuffPo … The twin exploration vehicles Spirit and Opportunity were launched nine years ago, in an effort to search the surface of Mars for signs of … Read moreThe face on MARS … er, well not quite a face as such.