Sunday, August 5, 2012

I told you it would work!

The above image is a 256x256 thumbnail from one of the front Hazcams on the Curiosity Rover, and represents more science data than sent back by any surface mission not sent by Americans.

And then there was this:

 While recording the MSL entry data in canister mode, MRO also snapped this photo of MSL on its parachute. They said that this photo would be harder, because even though (or rather because) it's closer, the angular rates are higher. Well, this is a much better picture than that of Phoenix.

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