posted on Mar, 20 2009 @ 06:31 AM
Yay. The two rovers will catch up to each other. We will get a 256 grey scale image of each one from the other, in L0 and R0 3D mode, so that way a
full widescreen black and white view can be assembled. (keeps the blue sky from showing itself)
Yay. Then what....on to look at more rocks and holes in the ground.
I can see the fireworks and huge party about to take place over this.
Break out the champaign, the party hats, the noise makers!!!
Sorry but other than the rovers themselves being able to survive this long, which in of itself is credible to the JPL engineers, not NASA, and their
excellent engineering skill, that these rovers have been chuggin along for a long time, I really do not see the reason for getting all excited and
jumpy about this.
After all...there is nothing out there...nothing to see....move along....right?
Salutes to the JPL engineers. I tip my glass to them, from one fellow engineer to another.