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There’s something about Mars…

Opportunity sets down on Mars; Spirit revived
NASA began receiving the first of dozens of images from Opportunity about 3:45 a.m. ET Sunday. Bounce marks apparently left by the rover’s air bags when it landed were clearly visible.

NASA hits a `jackpot’ on Mars with Opportunity
“I’m flabbergasted. I’m astonished. I’m blown away,” said Steve Squyres, the Cornell University astronomer who serves as the mission’s principal scientific investigator. “Opportunity has touched down in a bizarre alien landscape. This is like nothing I’ve ever seen before.”

2nd Rover Opens Eyes To Wonders Of Mars
“I will attempt no science analysis because it looks like nothing I’ve ever seen before in my life,”

With my main machine out of action updates are going to be a bit thin for a while… But as always study hard as there’ll be a pop quiz on this stuff when you least expect it!

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