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Originally posted by angelc01
You are right on one count this is exciting news but on the other hand I would agree with ArMap in that we have a long time waiting for any info becauase as you should know this will go like an Osmosis Reverse procedure where NASA is concerned, nonetheless it is one more step.
Originally posted by yeti101
i always get excited with a new lander. Watching the rover spirit land was nerve racking heres a clip of the 2nd rover oppertunity landing, the anticipation to see if it gets down ok is collosal
[edit on 25-5-2008 by yeti101]
Thanks for explaining it for me, that was really what I wanted to say.
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
I don't think you understood ArMap's post...he didn't say that NASA will be slow with releasing information; he said that the really interesting science will be done with the next probe (The Mars Science Laboratory Rover) that is scheduled to land there in 2010.