Maler, Mahler, Mulling, Methane (Mmmm…)

Die Malerin Mulls on Methane–  yes-  Methane, whilst SAM Chews the Cud at GlenElg

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Check out this interesting update:

And if you’re interested in the Mars weather: Malin Space Science Systems, MARCI beaucoup! You too can see where Utopia is. Lots of dust devils in Utopia…

Release The Inner Beast!

Honestly, probably the best diet ever for an imaginary spectre caught up in a dust storm: no impingement by bronchial defi(s)ciency or corpeuslacksis. No eating required, just breathe! Beware the Belly Button Beast who doth jumpeth forth from the abdomen (not the cheste :)) Breathe up a Dust Devil!

From “Long Breath Diet” (Apparently the rage in Japan at the moment):

(I cannot view the video; it is “private”)

Method

  1. Form: Tighten your buttocks leaving dimples in your behind (check this by placing your fingers in the area formed by the compression)、place one foot in front of your body, crossing your legs, placing 90% of your body weight on your back foot.
    Avoid sitting on your hips、brining your hips forward and your head back as to form a straight line between your front foot and your shoulders. (not too much salt, 🙂)
  2. Hold for 3 seconds inhaling reading your body for full exhale.
  3. Using your entire body exhale strongly for 7 seconds (Making a sound similar to what you would put out throwing a shot put is effective)”

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Brighter Than Your Average Speck

A Class of Mineral with Cleavage: How to Interrogate a Bright Speck that’s not too Coarse or too Fine? The Answer is Blowing in the Wind of Mars…

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Hat Tip to Mars Science Laboratory for Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS; artistically altered by spectral presence of StarBear.

Martian Chit-Chat

No, not Basil D’Oliveira. The name is Jake. Jake Matijevik.

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Such Solitude

Such Solitude

Bringing samples home from Mars is not a simple thing:”Bringing Mars Samples to Earth: How NASA will do It” (via Space.com) It is also expensive. Of course, we already have pieces of Mars on earth, brought here by meteorites.

NASA -Image Gallery: See Curiosity‘s travel pictures, currently through to Sol 57.