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NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!

 
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Someone explain why there is no MOON rover?

Really try Astronut, try real hard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15391765


You mean like the Lunar Rover? Dumbass. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Someone explain why there is no MOON rover?

Really try Astronut, try real hard.
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You mean like the Lunar Rover? Dumbass. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Jesus, it's like some people on this board never had elementary education.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Someone explain why there is no MOON rover?

Really try Astronut, try real hard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15391765


You mean like the Lunar Rover? Dumbass. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Jesus, it's like some people on this board never had elementary education.
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I get the distinct impression a lot were homeschooled, which can be a great thing, but also an incredibly awful thing if their parents or guardians didn't really give a shit.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
They're in the Sahara Desert.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
"A report in the May 4 edition of the journal Science details discoveries Opportunity made in its first four months at the rim of Endeavour Crater, including key findings reported at a geophysics conference in late 2011.

Opportunity completed its original three-month mission on Mars eight years ago. It reached Endeavour last summer, three years after the rover's science team chose Endeavour as a long-term destination. This crater is about 4 billion years old and 14 miles (22 kilometers) in diameter.

The impact that excavated the crater left a jumble of fused-together rock fragments around the rim. In a chunk brought to the surface by a later, much smaller impact into the rim, Opportunity found evidence that the original impact released heated, underground water that deposited zinc in that rock. Later after the impact, cool water flowed through cracks in the ground near the edge of the crater and deposited veins of the mineral gypsum....
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More at link...
[link to www.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: BringOnTheDoom

whateverlinksucks What? Do you think GOD put us here?
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I'm not saying that, nor have I ever in any of my threads, if you've cared to read back, smart guy/woman. I'm just posting a thread. Don't be too quick to pass judgement. Thanks. :)<3 :hf:

Edited for break between ":)<3" and " hf "

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Are you aware of what parts those are? You don't think that makes sense given what parts those are?
[link to lunarscience.nasa.gov]
They're the first and last Apollo landing sites. The other sites have been designated as look-but-don't-touch zones. You don't think that makes sense? It makes a ton of sense to me.
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NASA sets guidelines for Apollo moon landing sites

Uh, well I think NASA is requesting other nations to respect these sites. They dont own it, afterall. And as long as they arent sitting on a few tons of diamonds, or some other rare valuable element, I am sure they will be respected....

The moon is big enough for everyone, right? No need to "set guidelines" is there?
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Are you aware of what parts those are? You don't think that makes sense given what parts those are?
[link to lunarscience.nasa.gov]
They're the first and last Apollo landing sites. The other sites have been designated as look-but-don't-touch zones. You don't think that makes sense? It makes a ton of sense to me.
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NASA sets guidelines for Apollo moon landing sites,
Uh, well I think NASA is requesting other nations to respect these sites. They dont own it, afterall. And as long as they arent sitting on a few tons of diamonds, or some other rare valuable element, I am sure they will be respected....

The moon is big enough for everyone, right? No need to "set guidelines" is there?
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Thus begs the question, why do it to begin with? No other nation has done such, but I understand why the importance of the landing sites are expected to be, not admired, but respected. It's part of our mark of being, not just a physical, but a scientific power. I think that's important to people, like me, who are not white, but still commend, as an American citizen.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Are you aware of what parts those are? You don't think that makes sense given what parts those are?
[link to lunarscience.nasa.gov]
They're the first and last Apollo landing sites. The other sites have been designated as look-but-don't-touch zones. You don't think that makes sense? It makes a ton of sense to me.
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NASA sets guidelines for Apollo moon landing sites

Uh, well I think NASA is requesting other nations to respect these sites. They dont own it, afterall. And as long as they arent sitting on a few tons of diamonds, or some other rare valuable element, I am sure they will be respected....

The moon is big enough for everyone, right? No need to "set guidelines" is there?
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Yes, there is. Right now there's an X prize to the first private group that manages to get a probe to the moon. If I recall right, there's a special bonus if you return pictures of Apollo. They don't want anyone trampling the sites, particularly the first and last since they're of particular historical value. Space tourism isn't far off with SpaceX rapidly coming online and will soon have a manned vehicle flying as well. Ideas are already being tossed around for a version of Dragon that could do a circumlunar flight.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Are you aware of what parts those are? You don't think that makes sense given what parts those are?
[link to lunarscience.nasa.gov]
They're the first and last Apollo landing sites. The other sites have been designated as look-but-don't-touch zones. You don't think that makes sense? It makes a ton of sense to me.
 Quoting: Astromut


NASA sets guidelines for Apollo moon landing sites

Uh, well I think NASA is requesting other nations to respect these sites. They dont own it, afterall. And as long as they arent sitting on a few tons of diamonds, or some other rare valuable element, I am sure they will be respected....

The moon is big enough for everyone, right? No need to "set guidelines" is there?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1539700


Yes, there is. Right now there's an X prize to the first private group that manages to get a probe to the moon. If I recall right, there's a special bonus if you return pictures of Apollo. They don't want anyone trampling the sites, particularly the first and last since they're of particular historical value. Space tourism isn't far off with SpaceX rapidly coming online and will soon have a manned vehicle flying as well. Ideas are already being tossed around for a version of Dragon that could do a circumlunar flight.
 Quoting: Astromut


Oh my!, the tourist hordes. I get it now..
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05/04/2012 07:13 AM
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Well that does it! We need another manned flight to the moon to build a friggin' fence!
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05/04/2012 07:53 AM
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
They're in the Sahara Desert.
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Or, Palestine.
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05/04/2012 12:39 PM

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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
However, I will still say the possibility of us still not knowing everything about the moon is high.
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The possibility of us still not knowing everything about our homeworld is 100%.

It's not about learning everything, it's about getting the best bang for your buck.
There might be life on Mars, finding life is pretty much NASA's wet dream.
Spending money on taking closer looks at Mars is considered a lot more important then taking more looks at a place that is a lifeless desert.
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Hopefully soon they will tell us how those pyramids got on Mars.
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I'd be willing to settle on how those pyramids got on earth.
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Re: NASA Mars rover Opportunity finding more evidence of water on the Red Planet!
Someone explain why there is no MOON rover?

Really try Astronut, try real hard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15391765


You mean like the Lunar Rover? Dumbass. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1337283


Jesus, it's like some people on this board never had elementary education.
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I get the distinct impression a lot were homeschooled, which can be a great thing, but also an incredibly awful thing if their parents or guardians didn't really give a shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15506959


because that's against the liberal propoganda that it takes a union teacher to actually teach instead of claiming it's not their job for $23 an hour. So sick of the float to the middle and do nothing liberals.

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