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NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures

As Earth's closest neighbor and with an atmosphere more similar to Earth's than any other planet in the solar system, Mars has long been a subject of great interest to astronomers and the public. NASA began exploring Mars with unmanned spacecraft in the 1970s, and the space agency hopes to eventually send a human to the Red Planet. In March 2009, NASA and Microsoft partnered under a Space Act Agreement to make images of Mars and other planets available through Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope, an
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A view of Mars' other neighbor, Jupiter, with Mars in the background. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System and is what is known as a "gas giant," because it is primarily composed of hydrogen, with a quarter of the planet composed of helium.

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10/19/2011 | 8:43:38 PM
re: NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
Picture # 1 is like an exposition of all the rest.
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10/19/2011 | 8:39:15 PM
re: NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
hey,I hope you have a sensemof humor, # 2 looks like Joe Smith wondering about Salt lake Cituy Utah USA
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10/19/2011 | 8:13:07 PM
re: NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
Now, this here number 5 picture tells me that "OWS" is in search of a valence.
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10/19/2011 | 6:50:50 PM
re: NASA, Microsoft Reveal Mars In Pictures
If there's life, (intelligence) on mars, and visitors aren't wanted, our vehicles wouldn't last very long . It looks as though they have a goddess, or maybe a King David, but, If they have Any Brains, it's more than likely a school marm. It could also be Cains' house. That guy looking at the space vehicle looks interested , lets hope he ain't thirsty, It could also be, from his position in time, extreme fear.
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