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We all have seminal moments that mark our lives; some just are way more cool than others. Mark Rober designs spacecraft at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and is just one of over 3,000 people who helped design, build, tweak, launch, navigate and land the Curiosity Rover on Mars. “I spent 7 years working NASA’s Curiosity Rover,” Rober said via Twitter. “I made this video to try to capture what it felt like to see her land.”
Seven years of his life came down to seven minutes of terror… or in Mark’s case, seven minutes of shivering.
Congrats, Mark, and to all your thousands of compatriots. Thanks for sharing the journey with the rest of us.