67550Re: [softrock40] Curiosity on Mars
- Aug 11, 2012And with 1 kW of waste heat from the plutonium system, it won't freeze to death or stop working during the dark winter months- giving us the first opportunity to see what happens on the surface during a Martian winter!-J.On 11 Aug 2012, at 11:55, David <aj4tf@...> wrote:
They have not, Curiosity has not moved since it landed. But it will soon. With a nuclear power source, it will not be dependent on dusty solar cells like the previous rovers were.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bruce Tanner <bet110@...> wrote:
> I think I am not adding 2+2 very well this morning... I even wondered
> how I had missed the notion that 'Curiosity' had been traveling enough
> to make those tracks! I don't think they have actually put it into
> forward gear yet!
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