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So we really going to die
are you planning on giving a ‘Sol by sol’ commentary on the progress of Curiosity on your website here? I’m looking to follow this amazing story online somewhere together with watching the daily news conference from NASA. Seeing as there is a Welsh connection and you’re an Athiest 😉 I thought maybe this was a good place to watch progress!
Cheers for the interesting info so far
Hi JP! I’m certainly going to try to keep up with the Curiosity mission. A lot of my coverage will likely be on Discovery News (http://news.discovery.com/space/), but I will certainly be posting plenty over here. Totally captivated by this rover! 🙂
I was wondering if I could get the high resolution photo from you. I want to get it printed for my wall to go next to my Christmas tree. It is an amazing photo! Thank you!
Hi, I was reading your old article published March of this year for discovery.com titled “Europa’s Epsom Salt May Indicate Ocean Biosphere” for a research paper, and I noticed that on the third paragraph you said Europa was Jupiter’s largest moon (“This discovery is profound when considering the live-giving potential of Jupiter’s largest moon…”). I just thought I would give you a heads up to revise it.
Hi Ryan, thanks for that, silly error! Fixed now 🙂
Hi Ryan, I’m an electronics engineer with very broad interests and am amongst other things really interested in what the likelihood is of space debris of any size hitting Mars is compared to earth given its rarefied atmosphere and proximity to the asteroid belt. I was also very interested in what minimum rock size would be needed for a touch down compared to earth, and to make the variables a little less daunting say a typical space rock with iron etc (if there is such a thing 🙂 )