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I've been watching the lead up to the Mars landing, and all I get from NASA is multicultural mishmash of nonsense. I don't care about rappers or actors with low IQs, I want to know about the science of Curiosity and the landing and I want to know about the SCIENCE, not political feelgood drivel. Stop the nonsense and focus on science like you used to, NASA. What happened to NASA?
Go NASA. Best of luck to all involved. Make us (and the US) proud.
Totally awesome real time experience by the NASA team! I am eager and super curious to learn what Curiosity "learns."
NASA Official: Brian Dunbar