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  • Congratulations Perseverance Team!

    This was a very Historic Non-Studebaker Day, Feb. 18, 2021 for all Americans!

    The Mars 2020 Mission, Rover: "Perseverance" safely landed on MARS! Congratulations on a Wonderful Job, GO Team!

    What an incredible accomplishment that ALL Americans should be very proud of, a LOT of very long, hard, work at JPL Pasadena, CA, NASA Florida and around the world have pulled off flawlessly a Major "Miracle", with some beyond amazing Technology.

    23 Cameras in all on the Mission, 2 of them on the "Ingenuity" Helicopter.

    I am very impressed with what they have, and will accomplish in the future on Mars, it IS the Future!
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    This was a very Historic Non-Studebaker Day, Feb. 18, 2021 for all Americans!

    The Mars 2020 Mission, Rover: "Perseverance" safely landed on MARS! Congratulations on a Wonderful Job, GO Team!

    ...the future on Mars, it IS the Future!
    Congratulations INDEED !
    The very thought mankind has reached a level where we can shoot something beyond our orbit with a rocket, and land it precisely where we intended 128 million miles away and seven months later is beyond this mortal's comprehension. Who wouldn't love to be piloting a helicopter over "the Red Planet?"
    With every move we make in space we learn more about the nature of our own existence, as well as about the existence of nature.
    Thoughts of colonizing are not beyond possibility; but for the accumulation of even more knowledge.
    It's still a fact, if we concentrate on the scientific solutions to humanity's failures on Earth, it will be a whole lot cheaper than looking for an alternate planet to live on once we have sucked this one dry and suffocated it.
    "All attempts to 'rise above the issue' are simply an excuse to avoid it profitably." --Dick Gregory

    Brad Johnson, SDC since 1975, ASC since 1990
    Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
    '33 Rockne 10,
    '51 Commander Starlight,
    '53 Commander Starlight "Désirée",
    '56 Sky Hawk

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      It's really a spectacular accomplishment for NASA. I'm really intrigued if the specially designed helicopter with cameras will be able to fly over the Martian surface. It will cover so much more area and in detail different than the lander.

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