Again, I’m sure there is the curiosity…what does Curiosity landing on Mars have to do with this blog? (pardon the pun!)
Possibility is like the main organ, if I may, that keeps a vision or a dream alive…kind of like the heart!
Possibilities are endless…hence there is no limit. When next you hear someone say “the sky is the limit”, I give you permission from now on to give them a open palm slap across their face (Nah, not really! But you do get my point!)
Mon, 06 Aug 2012 01:32:54 PM GMT+0800
NASA’s Curiosity rover has landed on Mars! Its descent-stage retrorockets fired, guiding it to the surface. Nylon cords lowered the rover to the ground in the “sky crane” maneuver. When the spacecraft sensed touchdown, the connecting cords were severed, and the descent stage flew out of the way. The time of day at the landing site is mid-afternoon — about 3 p.m. local Mars time at Gale Crater. The time at JPL’s mission control is about 10:31 p.m. Aug. 5 PDT (early morning EDT).