Thursday, June 16, 2005

Mars Rover looks back at where it got stuck And I'm wondering why it got stuck there. It looks no different from ground it is easily rolling over now. To me the Martian surface looks like my end-tables. Dust on top of dust. Not sand, but dust. Packed tightly in some places, fluffed up in others. The distance between the top of the dust down to solid ground could be inches in some places, or yards in others. Maybe these deep dust areas are going to be harder to drive over. Like my end-tables.

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