Friday, April 15, 2016

Mission to Mars (Curiosity Rover)

Mars Science Laboratory "Curiosity Rover" was launched from planet Earth on November 26th 2011. Earths Curiosity Rover successfully landed in the the "Mars Gale Crater" on August 5th 2012. Is any of this news true? Apparently Michael Giacchino created this unmistakable (J.J. Abrams) Music soundtrek playing on Youtube. So something the real deal. Wouldn't you say?


What gets to me is, heres an exciting video so lets ask the tough trek question. How many of you guys have actually watched this awesome creation? Go go now. Warrior to Warrior, do lets be honest (Remember General Chang in Star Trek the Undiscovered Country?) - we have to prepare ourselves for every unknown possibility!

Warrior to Warrior.




9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Well, I've watched it now! To see it for real would be amazing. Video recording of course. I don't want to see it live from Mars.

Barbara In Caneyhead said...

Great movie quality video! The musical score had me very invested in the success of the mission!
Revisit the Tender Years with me during the #AtoZChallenge at Life & Faith in Caneyhead!

Spacerguy said...

It was exhilarating experience when I watched The Curiosity Rover deploy undamaged from these manurers.

Deborah R. Hawkins said...

That looks neat. I have a fear of Mars because of Total Recall. lol

Susan Kane said...

Christopher Plummer made such good bad guy.

I want to watch "The Martian" again, soon.

Birgit said...

These are great computer imagery done to the music(or vice versa) one day we will be travelling there

Jo said...

That was an incredible piece of video but the music was superb.


Unlike Alex, I would love to land on Mars. Too late for me sadly.

James Pailly said...

Curiosity was already my favorite Mars rover. The music makes it even greater!

Jeffrey Scott said...

Hopefully this thing has cameras so we can watch as we want. It would be cool if it were set up for possible streaming video, even if it isn't live.

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