Posts Tagged ‘space exploration’

Flying to Mars? Not So Fast.

November 28, 2016

Brian Resnick, Brad Plumer, Javier Zarracina, and Christophe Haubursin of Vox explain how a trip to Mars can kill you. On the other hand, think of the frequent flyer miles ….

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Rover Lands on Mars, Discovers Ample Parking

August 6, 2012

Rover Lands on Mars, Discovers Ample Parking

NASA’s Curiosity Rover vehicle made a successful landing on the surface of Mars yesterday and immediately found a parking space. Preliminary data from the rover suggest an abundance of parking places on the surface of the Red Planet. Scientists at California’s Jet Propulsion Lab are already calculating the feasibility of bringing the parking spaces back to Earth and installing them in major metropolitan areas. Savings in parking fines alone would recoup the cost of the Mars mission ten-fold.

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