Friday, September 27, 2013

Curiosity's Trenches

Curiosity stopped to scoop up some dirt not too long ago, to analyze the content of the soil. It confirmed that the Martian soil has a great deal of water in it, clinging in small particles to the fine grained dirt. This of course is huge as it offers the promise of water-mining on Mars. Which leads eventually to terra-forming, which in turn leads to super heating the atmosphere to trap gases, which means we can live in Mars.

Its time to find the fountain of youth so we can be around when all this happens.

Great read on where we are and where we are going with this rover. Nasa.

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