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The Rover has crossed the sand dune. No sand worms, so it made it safely.
NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover has crossed a dune that stands across a gateway to a southwestward route favored by the rover team for driving to future science destinations.
After reaching the west side of the 3-foot-tall (1-meter-tall) dune today, the rover looked back at its tracks down the western slope.
maybe the airs a bit thinner, just a little to large a change and they get all uppity?. ah , they'll get there soon Blueshift , that's if the giant mountain dwelling clam doesn't swallow curiosity whole
Hard to believe this is rock
Take a look at this photo, wow it looks like erath! Someone needs to color that river blue!
Maybe, if you assume a significantly weaker magnetosphere. Got any reason to assume that?
maybe the sun, with a weak magnetosphere , would this add mutation to the equation of evolution
in the deep end ,= harsher environmental conditions to evolve in