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    A Mars Panorama from NASA

    Another from The NASA Opportunity Rover on Mars 360deg view of where it spent winter : http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120709.html
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    just seen it on the news
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    it's always amazing to see the landscape of another planet.
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    Looks as though the camera on the rover needs some grads
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    they even do dounuts on mars. how primitive can you get
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudman View Post
    they even do dounuts on mars. how primitive can you get
    I did notice that myself Muddy

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    those yanks are back in the quarry again....
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    It's amazing that the rover is still going!

    It was only supposed to work for a few months, and how many years has it been going now?
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    Always loved the images that come back from Mars

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