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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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#59 - Sandisky
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No, no it can not
User avatar #203 to #59 - snappywilliams
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Mine can. Bu the ound is choppy as ****
User avatar #204 to #203 - snappywilliams
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*sound
#65 to #59 - acidjunk
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This...
User avatar #67 to #65 - tannertheguy
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console gaming?
User avatar #66 to #59 - messerauditore
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i too know that feel bro.
User avatar #1 - theangryrussian
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land PEOPLE on mars, then I'll be impressed.
User avatar #27 to #1 - srskate
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You do it, then I'll be impressed.
#55 to #1 - anon id: 0f5df7fe
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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.
#61 to #1 - saladtongsofdeath
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User avatar #168 to #61 - nogphille
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yes, though it would be funny to see his/her id...

place of birth? Mars
#116 to #1 - SenorButtPlug
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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 #2 to #1 - executorchunk [OP]
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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.
#16 to #2 - zweiundvierzig
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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
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CHINA
#63 to #16 - saladtongsofdeath
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#64 to #16 - saladtongsofdeath
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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
User avatar #49 to #2 - nomorecounting
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China, you will have a space race with those squint eyed *************...

And don't dare to ******* lose
#158 to #2 - thesilverpanther **User deleted account**
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User avatar #108 to #2 - perronfan
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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 #157 - godlessgod
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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
#154 - psychoticdaydream
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This one gave me feels...
#177 to #154 - taygah
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dat feel
#222 - boomdady
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#224 to #222 - boomdady
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#36 - anon id: 90629556
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>Fahrenheit
******* Americans
User avatar #40 to #36 - himyouknowwho
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i know, i understand **** of it.
#126 to #36 - anon id: 93f1be34
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I don't see why it's that big of a deal. I understand that Celsius is generally considered a better system, and I've got a major in science, so I've come to be familiar with both. But I don't get why use of an old system warrants contempt. Some things just stick.
User avatar #37 to #36 - lokiwins
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Well it is an American Rover
User avatar #106 to #37 - rhc
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american scientists use celsius.
#187 - mericaisgreat
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#188 - Nameloc
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Billion Dollar Robot

iPhone 4 is better

No, I'm not an apple fan boy, but the specs are true
#198 to #188 - anon id: 115c4f67
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Yeah, but how long does the iPhone battery last?

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User avatar #208 to #200 - mcbee
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he's right you know ^
#25 - Wazzy
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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 id: 95ccc0f1
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And lots of it.
#90 to #25 - anon id: 2617eef1
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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
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and assists from slingshot maveuvers around large bodies. such as the earth
User avatar #105 to #25 - perronfan
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they hit the key hole 2.8hm by 10.2km DEAD CENTER...dat math
#5 - Lawlor
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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
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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
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another thing is it has to be radiation proof since mars doesnt have a magnetosphere