Phoenix is another Mars lander, it’s specifically targeting the northern polar region of the red planet to probe dirty ice for signs of life during its own 3 month life span.
Oh, and this landing will be a nail biter because it won’t be using the airbags. It’ll use rockets to slow itself down, right itself to the correct attitude and cross it’s robotic fingers it doesn’t land on a rock.
Here’s a cool NASA video describing the entry and landing at the planet: Phoenix Mars Lander: Entry Descent and Landing
What a great set of mathematical anagrams:
eleven plus two = twelve plus one
decimal point = I’m a pencil dot
integral calculus = calculating rules
Buying citizen watches is easy, especially with their latest range offerings in swiss watches or invicta watches and even guess watches.
It takes lots of patience and millions of examples to teach a computer a new language. It’s actually easier to program such tasks as landing on the moon than to help a computer figure out the meanings of words and how they translate into other languages.
An enterprising hacker called OmegaMoon has managed to install Ubuntu onto a Zaurus SL-C3100 PDA
Directions for installing Ubuntu, Fedora, or Android on the Zaurus can be found on his blog. The initial 0.1 downloads are generously hosted by the UK-based Zaurus.org project.