unimpressed curiosity. 100% OC, +20 for more, -10 never again. ha MKII AT mm you can mun 'ttrips [AFN]?. No, no it can not Mars science rover curiosity unimpressed
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unimpressed curiosity

unimpressed curiosity. 100% OC, +20 for more, -10 never again. ha MKII AT mm you can mun 'ttrips [AFN]?. No, no it can not

100% OC, +20 for more, -10 never again

ha MKII
AT mm you can
mun 'ttrips [AFN]?
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#59 - Sandisky (08/08/2012) [-]
No, no it can not
User avatar #203 to #59 - snappywilliams (08/08/2012) [-]
Mine can. Bu the ound is choppy as ****
User avatar #204 to #203 - snappywilliams (08/08/2012) [-]
*sound
#65 to #59 - acidjunk ONLINE (08/08/2012) [-]
This...
User avatar #67 to #65 - tannertheguy (08/08/2012) [-]
console gaming?
User avatar #66 to #59 - messerauditore (08/08/2012) [-]
i too know that feel bro.
#154 - psychoticdaydream (08/08/2012) [-]
This one gave me feels...
#177 to #154 - taygah (08/08/2012) [-]
dat feel
#25 - Wazzy (08/08/2012) [-]
Just something I heard on the radio so I don't know if it's exactly true. Landing the Curiosity on Mars when and how they did is roughly equivalent of launching something out of a slingshot from Kennedy Space Station and having it land in the Rose Bowl, on the 50 yard line, on a frisbee.
Just something I heard on the radio so I don't know if it's exactly true. Landing the Curiosity on Mars when and how they did is roughly equivalent of launching something out of a slingshot from Kennedy Space Station and having it land in the Rose Bowl, on the 50 yard line, on a frisbee.
#35 to #25 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
And lots of it.
#90 to #25 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
Yeah but i don't think they actually just slung it out there. It was powered and steered by rockets 'n' computers 'n' **** .
User avatar #104 to #90 - perronfan (08/08/2012) [-]
and assists from slingshot maveuvers around large bodies. such as the earth
User avatar #105 to #25 - perronfan (08/08/2012) [-]
they hit the key hole 2.8hm by 10.2km DEAD CENTER...dat math
#9 - rollingthrough (08/08/2012) [-]
These mars rover posts are making me sad, because they remind me of this.
User avatar #1 - theangryrussian (08/07/2012) [-]
land PEOPLE on mars, then I'll be impressed.
User avatar #27 to #1 - srskate (08/08/2012) [-]
You do it, then I'll be impressed.
#55 to #1 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
how would landing people on mars be of any use?

I'd be more impressed if they worked on the ability to terraform places before they started sending people there.
User avatar #2 to #1 - executorchunk (08/07/2012) [-]
lol, your name suits your comment angry russian considering we will probably have a space race to go to mars with them someday.... and you are right I would much rather see a person on Mars.

And I stoked as I am about curiosity we've been there and done that... they've landed 5 or 6 rovers on Mars and never found any microbial life, I highly doubt this mission will be any different. It's time to make some bigger strides.
User avatar #49 to #2 - nomorecounting (08/08/2012) [-]
China, you will have a space race with those squint eyed ************* ...

And don't dare to ******* lose
#16 to #2 - zweiundvierzig (08/08/2012) [-]
russia is not developed or rich enough to be involved in another space race any time soon. most likely competition in a race to mars would be Japan, Germany or the UK.
User avatar #107 to #16 - perronfan (08/08/2012) [-]
CHINA
#64 to #16 - saladtongsofdeath (08/08/2012) [-]
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**saladtongsofdeath rolled a random image posted in comment #30 at What ** lol, japan would probably get there with a rocket the size of a prius that runs on 3 ounces of jetfuel and has a hello kitty sticker on the vertical stabilizer
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User avatar #108 to #2 - perronfan (08/08/2012) [-]
this is the first one dedicated to seeing if life existed and its a pathway to manned missions...got to get good at landing there first before you send some nigstranauts there
User avatar #168 to #61 - nogphille (08/08/2012) [-]
yes, though it would be funny to see his/her id...

place of birth? Mars
#116 to #1 - SenorButtPlug (08/08/2012) [-]
We launched a robot into space and lowered it onto a planet with a rocket crane. That is more impressive than 99% of all things ever experienced by people, for the entirety of human history.
We launched a robot into space and lowered it onto a planet with a rocket crane. That is more impressive than 99% of all things ever experienced by people, for the entirety of human history.
User avatar #157 - godlessgod (08/08/2012) [-]
I'm sorry, but this is the one of the worst posts I have ever seen on FJ.
I'm prepared for the ********* because I posted my opinion
User avatar #62 - zombieginger (08/08/2012) [-]
For some reason I imagined the rover sounding like GLADos....
#233 - iraniie (08/08/2012) [-]
I use celsius and don't get the "60 degrees" joke...
I use celsius and don't get the "60 degrees" joke...
#248 to #233 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
then I guess that you're not from 'murica
User avatar #235 to #233 - zamka (08/08/2012) [-]
60 F = 15.5 C
User avatar #236 to #233 - AvatarAirBender (08/08/2012) [-]
About 15 C
#48 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
Your meme is bad and you should feel bad.
#12 - austinschut (08/08/2012) [-]
MFW I can run Battlefield 3 on ultra.
#14 to #12 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
I laugh in "ultra's" face with my awesome computar
User avatar #41 to #12 - himyouknowwho (08/08/2012) [-]
on which resolution
User avatar #169 to #41 - austinschut (08/08/2012) [-]
1080p
#5 - Lawlor (08/08/2012) [-]
Just felt like mentioning this, since I found it interesting.   
   
The computer on Curiousity is actually rather terrible by todays standerds.   
Of course, well, it HAD to be. They have a rather limited power source, so a Quad Core i7 would be a bit too much for it, as you could imagine.   
   
It has..   
256mb of RAM    
2GB Flash Storage   
200 MHz Processor (A bit under 1/15 as powerful as an i7)   
   
So even an iPhone is twice as powerful as it.   
Personally I find it quite impressive that they built software capable of doing the things it will be doing on a computer of those specs.   
   
Good job NASA. You guys 			*******		 rock.   
Also, let me know when you finish the TARDIS.   
Now THAT will speed up space travel!
Just felt like mentioning this, since I found it interesting.

The computer on Curiousity is actually rather terrible by todays standerds.
Of course, well, it HAD to be. They have a rather limited power source, so a Quad Core i7 would be a bit too much for it, as you could imagine.

It has..
256mb of RAM
2GB Flash Storage
200 MHz Processor (A bit under 1/15 as powerful as an i7)

So even an iPhone is twice as powerful as it.
Personally I find it quite impressive that they built software capable of doing the things it will be doing on a computer of those specs.

Good job NASA. You guys ******* rock.
Also, let me know when you finish the TARDIS.
Now THAT will speed up space travel!
User avatar #8 to #5 - anonymousattorney (08/08/2012) [-]
Well, NASA DID pretty much send our ass to the moon using...how much power was it?...a modern toaster?....Something like that. Anyway, ****** pretty awesome that they did what they did with what they had. Seriously, America seems to be one of the only countries in the world that's been able to bitch-slap Russia repeatedly when it comes to stuff like this.
#15 to #5 - jakeattack (08/08/2012) [-]
another thing is it has to be radiation proof since mars doesnt have a magnetosphere
User avatar #247 - conspiracist (08/08/2012) [-]
the last one was pretty funny
User avatar #207 - Dwarf (08/08/2012) [-]
Wall-E's a ******* dick...
User avatar #13 - aahrg (08/08/2012) [-]
my computer cost 800 bucks. you cost 2.5 BILLION
#11 - themindsculpture (08/08/2012) [-]
These are all.. just terrible.
User avatar #190 - bobodevetjedan (08/08/2012) [-]
did nasa send robot on mars? and when?
i don't know what's happening :S
User avatar #194 to #190 - minionofdolan (08/08/2012) [-]
google it yes there is a rover on mars looking for water/sign of if there is or was life at one time.
User avatar #193 to #190 - kobeandthelakers (08/08/2012) [-]
yea it is called the curiosity. it happened yesterday or the day before.
User avatar #195 to #193 - bobodevetjedan (08/08/2012) [-]
ty, i just googled it, but somehow, i like to ask people before googeling anytrhing
User avatar #197 to #195 - kobeandthelakers (08/08/2012) [-]
oh i see now. your welcome
#153 - anon (08/08/2012) [-]
*******		 hate when people act like this.
******* hate when people act like this.
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