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Nine Months of Curiosity Roving in One Minute

It Came From Outer Space

Karl Sanford on YouTube has done the world a great service: he’s put together all of the pictures from the Curiosity Rovers first nine months in service (has it been nine months already? They grow up so fast… *sniff*) into what’s basically a one minute timelapse of the work the nuclear powered, car-sized robot that we put on Mars.

He also didn’t give it an audio track, which means I have prepared some options for you below the cut. Just hit play.


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