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Curiosity Reboots In Preparation For Mars Landing
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7/18/2012 | 9:30:36 PM
re: Curiosity Reboots In Preparation For Mars Landing
I'm glad NASA followed the advice of Roy from The IT Crowd and tried turning it off and on.
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7/18/2012 | 3:32:06 PM
re: Curiosity Reboots In Preparation For Mars Landing
165 feet (50 meters) in length, and opens to a diameter of nearly 51 feet

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/m...
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7/18/2012 | 3:04:19 PM
re: Curiosity Reboots In Preparation For Mars Landing
I just watched that video regarding this whole mission trip to Mars. I have to say it is very interesting to see if this will have a successful landing, I am curious exactly how big the supersonic parachute is? There was an exceptional amount of knowledge and skills that must collaborate for the mission to be a success. Great video, I was sitting on the edge of my chair, technology and the ability to do this is pure awesomeness!!

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