Tag: Curiosity

Dangle Boris meme: Earth Attacks!

Earth Attacks! My Dangle Boris meme

Mayor of London Boris Johnson got embarrassingly stuck dangling on a zip wire At Olympic Event in Victoria Park.
Within hours the Photoshoppers got creative and started taking the bizarre image of the dangling Boris and playing around with it.

I made one too :>

Dangle Boris meme: Earth Attacks!

[blockquote] Earth Attacks! I sent Boris Johnson to the Mars with Curiosity rover to sort the Martians. [/blockquote]

He stayed so calm throughout. If you ask me, I personally think Boris Johnson is a Legend! He has a strong personal presence and an ability to connect with people. He is extremely well educated but also a delight! Not bland like David Cameron. Boris should be the Prime Minister.

Zip wire experience video of Boris Johnson.

More funny DangleBoris at

Keep Calm and Carry On

Curiosity’s Seven Minutes of Terror: Getting to Mars

At 10:31 p.m. Pacific Time, NASA that will attempt to land a 2,000-pound Mars rover called Curiosity on the surface of Mars using a complex system of parachutes and rockets. Currently en route to the planet, it is scheduled to land in Gale Crater at about 05:31 UTC on August 6, 2012.

This mission is NASA’s most ambitious Mars project yet. NASA has aptly dubbed, “Seven Minutes of Terror,” as the spacecraft goes from 13,000 mph to a dead stop in the span of 7 minutes. This is an incredibly complicated landing procedure with absolutely no margin for error.

Curiosity is about twice as long and five times as heavy as the Spirit and Opportunity Mars exploration rovers, and carries over ten times the mass of scientific instruments. It will attempt a more accurate landing than previous rovers, It is designed to explore for at least 687 Earth days (1 Martian year) Curiosity rover’s objectives include determining Mars’ habitability, studying its climate and geology, and collecting data for human missions.

After 8 months of flight, spacecraft faces ‘7 minutes of terror’ Truly, this is a terrifying 7 minutes for the folks that spent years planning and developing this mission. I hope everything goes well with the landing of Curiosity and wish the team great success during the mission.


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