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Today, Curiosity took its first ‘steps’ on Mars. Coincidentally, it’s the 92nd anniversary of Ray Bradbury’s birth.
In 2009, in what turned out to be his final visit to JPL, the author of The Martian Chronicles met some of the personnel who drove the rovers Spirit and Opportunity.
The site of Curiosity’s landing has been named Bradbury Landing.
August 22, 2012 in Books, Science | Permalink
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