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Rover captures video from asteroid's surface

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seanjo

Wow!

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DirtyDocMartens

I'm not sure 15 photos taken 6 minutes apart count as video footage. Seems like a bit of an oversell.

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Seti42
1 hour ago, DirtyDocMartens said:

I'm not sure 15 photos taken 6 minutes apart count as video footage. Seems like a bit of an oversell.

Yeah, too back Stanley Kubrick is dead. The Japanese should have gotten him to fake their footage. ;) 

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Jon the frog

Wow we see some pebble and rocks, incredible that tiny gravity can bring stuff together like that. Was thinking of a solid rock but it's more complex, intriguing.

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pallidin

This is truly beyond superb. Wow.

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Tatetopa

Well Seti42, it is better to have a few grainy real images than a fake movie short I think.

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toast

Smooth touchdown on an object thats moving at a speed of 34km/sec and in a distance of 300M km to Earth. Plus: well focused images taken. Well done!

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Black Monk
On 29/09/2018 at 1:43 AM, Jon the frog said:

Wow we see some pebble and rocks, incredible that tiny gravity can bring stuff together like that. Was thinking of a solid rock but it's more complex, intriguing.

Gravity is still by far the weakest of the known forces.

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Hankenhunter
16 hours ago, Black Monk said:

Gravity is still by far the weakest of the known forces.

Not from where am standing. Most of me seems unduly attracted to the south pole lately. 

/saggy old guy

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Aardvark-DK

This is so cool...
Can't wait for the conspiracy guys, analyzing these images :D

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