Video Of The Week - Why NASA's 'Curiosity' And Your Own, Matter


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On Sunday, August 5th, 2012, NASA scientists successfully landed the massive 2,000 pound Mars Science Laboratory AKA Curiosity on the surface of the Red Planet, a feat that was truly considered one of the most momentous events in the history of Space.

However, if you are like most of us, you probably applauded it for a day and maybe even wondered if given the global recession, whether a $2.5 billion USD rover to a planet that we may never visit, was really money well spent. In this video, former Rock' n' Roll artist turned NASA engineer Adam Stelzner explains why Curiosity - Both NASA's and the human kind matter, irrespective of cost!


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  • nitria
    nitria17 days
    The video is COOL!
    • captaincrunch2
      captaincrunch2over 3 years
      umm I like the sound of that what do you guys think about owning land in space?
      • xeno
        xeno11 months
        Well thats up the the land owner how will they build floating around its going to take a while like a while
      • Caremarkover 3 years
        I have a feeling that this is the worst thing ever
        • Emiliaover 3 years
          The video is a great way to teach kids about science
          • xxxtentaceim
            xxxtentaceimalmost 4 years
            so cool
            • bigmama900
              bigmama900over 5 years
              • tennisman2
                tennisman2over 5 years
                • tennisman2
                  tennisman2over 5 years
                  • edmodo-5dwckmtkyz
                    edmodo-5dwckmtkyzalmost 7 years
                    I am cooler than all of you
                    • edmodo-5dwckmtkyz
                      edmodo-5dwckmtkyzalmost 7 years
                      go to cool math