Thursday, August 02, 2012

Curiouser & Curiouser



A Retro-Sci-Fi Tour of Mars Rover Curiosity's Awesome Chemistry Lab

You know I'll be watching the NASA channel at 1:31 a.m. EDT this Sunday with my fingers crossed. This is one complicated machine and I can only hope she makes a good landing.

9 comments:

silly rabbit said...

Me too! Whatever time it is here. I have been so excited about this happening. I know its such a long shot that everything follows plans. Keeping my fingers crossed.

Granny Annie said...

Did not know so many things. I avoid all news just to avoid all the crap. Who knew I had a NASA channel? Who knew Curiosity was landing Monday morning? I found my NASA channel 286 and might just leave it on until Curiosity lands. I am ashamed. I am excited. Thanks Cube!

Leticia said...

I wasn't even aware of this! I am going to have to check my cable guide to see if I have the channel, but I doubt it.

sue hanes said...

I'm with you - Cube.

But I won't be up - with you.

sue hanes said...

Cube - Curiosity made it and you must be thrilled.

Congratulations to NASA.

Now let's see what the rover can do.

BB-Idaho said...

When the scientists and engineers jump for joy it must be a real big deal.

Leticia said...

I actually MISSED it!! But I am sure we will be seeing plenty of footage from Rover.

silly rabbit said...

Sending you a big cheesy grin! Yay!

Jay Noel said...

So far so good!