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Great Mars footage Found this in a newsletter and it is stunning. Am always fascinated by how they can do this stuff so precisely, and the relayed picture/s quintessentially unique.
The thing that caught my eye was why did the wheels have sets of holes in them until I saw the debris falling out of what are...
Who is volunteering to go to Mars? "The European Space Agency (ESA), is seeking volunteers for a simulated 520-day mission to Mars, including 30 days on the planet's surface, next year.
The simulations will take place on Earth inside a special facility in Moscow.
In-depth section: Space and Science
ESA is now looking for...
News: Asus ROG Mars Asus has created a new Graphics Card called Mars, which is 2x GTX 285 but with 4 GB's in 1024 BITs. It has a few overclocks, some cooling adjustments and it costs around 800 Dolars, but only 1000 units will be made.
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