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(Telegraph)   NASA's Mars rover Curiosity gets curious with itself, takes own self portrait   ( divider line
    More: Cool, NASA, Mars Science Laboratory, camera lens, inlets, Jet Propulsion Laboratory  
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2012-09-10 09:46:58 AM  
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I'm willing to bet Curiosity is making a duckface.
2012-09-10 12:04:05 PM  
1 vote:

WinoRhino: Awesome. We sent a super-expensive robot to another planet to take pictures of itself. Why not take a picture of the waste of money down here on Earth before shooting it more than halfway across the galaxy? I hope the starving kids enjoy looking at it.

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"You have no joy in your soul, and that makes me sad."
2012-09-10 10:30:50 AM  
1 vote:
First thing I thought of:

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2012-09-10 10:18:06 AM  
1 vote:
From Curiosity's Facebook page:

"Just another ugly picture of me...comment below!"

/Interplanetary AW'ing
2012-09-10 09:55:08 AM  
1 vote:

greentea1985: I'm willing to bet Curiosity is making a duckface.

And from the angle, you can't even tell that it has a lot more junk in the trunk than Spirit.
2012-09-10 09:47:01 AM  
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