phoenix lander

  • Mars Phoenix, RIP

    NASA’s Mars Phoenix Lander has finished its mission and powered down, and science fans will mourn its passing. As fall turns to winter on the Martian surface, the Lander will be buried in carbon dioxide ice as temperatures plummet. Its batteries are dead and the robot, which discovered the first proof of ice on Mars, has stopped transmitting. Farewell, sweet prince. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 5 years ago respond

  • Naked Martian Robot

    It’s Phoenix as you’ve never seen her before, fully naked and completely see-through! NASA must have released these after a rather rough break-up, because sharing your private collection of Space Porn is most undoubtedly the ultimate revenge act. View Image ›

    Brian Ries 5 years ago respond

  • Ice On Mars

    The NASA Phoenix Mars mission says they’ve found proof of water on the Red Planet. Small white patches that the Phoenix lander discovered when digging into the Martian soil earlier this week have shrunk, and bits of debris in the trench have disappeared, which NASA says could only mean they were ice. Read More ›

    Scott Lamb 6 years ago respond


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