Friday, May 2, 2014

Mars Curiosity Rover takes Photographs of a Stone

The multi billion pound N.A.S.A Mars Rover has this morning finally proved its 10 million pounds per day worth by taking another picture of a common stone.

Whoops of pleasure and excitement were heard throughout the corridors of Mission Control as the photographic mosaic unfolded.

A scientist described the photographic results similar in wasted effort and cash to walking to China to get some Soy Sauce.

The exciting discovery of a stone means that should earth ever run out of stones, there is one on Mars.

Over its long and incredibly expensive history, the Rover has located sand and sandstone.

An exciting development occurred two weeks ago when the sun was spotted rising in the morning.

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