Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Mars Rover’


JPL Open House 2015

JPL Open House 2015
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Did you know that the Jet Propulsion Lab has a life-size model of the Mars Science Laboratory? Not only that, they have a machine shop where robotic spacecraft parts are built and a Microdevices Lab where scientists and engineers use tiny technology to build miniature furniture for dollhouses. Wait, scratch that. They actually use tiny […]

Sphæræ

Sphæræ

Laser light and bubble skin. Actually, laser light that “crawls” through the micro and nano structures within a “bubble’s skin.” Grownups playing with bubbles… Evalina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfland‘s 10,000 Peakcock Feathers in Foaming Acid—not to be missed on September 19th, part of Pasadena Arts Council’s AxS Festival. Dmitry Gelfand and Evelina Domnitch create sensory immersion […]

Landing on Mars

Landing on Mars

It’s happening. Right now (and tomorrow). The Curiosity rover hits Martian space at 13,000 mph—154 million years from earth—but will be braking and landing on the planet “with the grace and lightness of a feather.” The Planetary Society is offering a weekend of complete immersion in everything space at the Pasadena Convention Center that includes […]

Well Done, Little Rover

Well Done, Little Rover

Every now and then we need to be reminded that mind-blowing history is being made daily, just two to three miles to the northwest. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, truly one of the finest feathers in our cap, has played a part in the nation’s space program since the early 1930s. And it’s right next door! This […]

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