Marina Akushskaya

Marina Akushskaya

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One of my favorite lines from Nine. "Great, thanks. And I want to find a blonde in a Union Jack. I mean, a specific one. I didn't just wake up this morning with a craving.

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Sometimes I forget that the Doctor (Matt Smith) is actually hot.

NASA - Checking out the Rover Deck in Full Resolution  This full-resolution self-portrait shows the deck of NASA's Curiosity rover from the rover's Navigation cameras. The back of the rover can be seen at the top left of the image, and two of the rover's right side wheels can be seen on the left. Part of the pointy rim of Gale Crater forms the lighter color strip in the background. Bits of gravel, about 0.4 inches (1 centimeter) in size, are visible on the deck of the rover.

Curiosity Rover's Deck Photographed by Mast CameraCredit: NASA/JPL-CaltechThis view of Mars, taken by NASA's Curiosity rover on Sol 3 (Aug. shows an early view of the rover's deck as viewed from mast cameras.

My favorite Curiosity photo so far - view of the 3-mile-high mountain in the middle of Mars' Gale crater

Curiosity Lands on Mars - In Focus - The Atlantic. Image taken by NASA's Mars science rover Curiosity. Shows what lies ahead. Main science target is Mount Sharp to investigate its lower levels for environmental change.


You are not your body. You are not your name- and you are not your hands. These are all things that we have. You are a soul, a spiritual being, living in a physical body, and been gifted with an intellect.

Mars!  According to NASA:      This scene recorded from the mast-mounted color camera includes the rover's own solar arrays and deck in the foreground, providing a sense of sitting on top of the rover and taking in the view. Its release this week coincides with two milestones: Opportunity completing its 3,000th Martian day on July 2, and NASA continuing past 15 years of robotic presence at Mars. Mars Pathfinder landed July 4, 1997.

NASA has released a new panorama from its Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity, showing the terrain where the robot spent the four-month Martian winter. The full-circle scene combines 817 images shot by the panoramic camera (Pancam).