Mars landing: Nasa's Perseverance rover in 'great shape'
19/02/2021 | news | science | 348
Perseverance will now spend at least two years looking for evidence of past life on the Red Planet.
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19/02/2021 10:27:21 3 42
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Apart from the nauseating amounts of money spent on space exploration when we have so much poverty on earth can anyone tell me why it only takes seven months for this contraption to reach Mars (128 million miles away) and yet we are always told stars and galaxies are millions of light years away and what light we see from a star or planet could have taken years to reach earth.
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19/02/2021 10:37:06 3 0
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I would explain it to you but i think whatever i said would go way over your head anyway
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19/02/2021 10:49:19 1 1
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Holly, I could tell you but you probably wouldn't understand. I suggest that you stick to putting the kettle on; that would appear to be about your intellectual limit.