Wednesday, January 29, 2014 2:55:15 PM
@ 747Pilot: My pleasure; hope I didn't come off as snarky. You`re from Canada, so no worries--but it dismays me how often Americans have little or no idea what our own NASA scientists do and what they make available to the public. If it`s in space, or it can be studied from space (e.g., Earth`s climate), chances are NASA`s put up one or more satellites, probes, or rovers to study it and has several decades of excellent data available online.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 9:09:36 AM
Rather than looking for past life, shouldn't we be looking to see if it could support future life so we can move there and burn that one out when we`ve finished doing this one?
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 8:13:48 PM
@ 747Pilot: NASA hosts the Curiosity images online and makes the raw images available almost as soon as they're received. If 115,217 images (and counting) aren`t enough for you, I`ve got to wonder what you`re looking for.