All those who are geeks are heart raise your hand. Yep. That’s me. I’ve been avidly scouring the internet for those images sent back from the Mars rover, Curiosity.
So far, it looks a lot like the desert.
But that’s okay. Deserts have life and Curiosity is looking for life or the elements that would support it on Mars.
What’s even better is that NASA/JPL will release the footage of Curiosity’s bumpy landing. Not by the balloons like the others, but by parachuting to the planet. Right now, the rover is standing by until the squints decide it has made it safely, all parts intact, then the real search for ET begins.
Curiosity even took a picture of itself in a “Hi Mom, I’m okay” kinda way.
For more pictures, check out NASA’s site: