Mars and the value of science
From NPR and KPLU Radio:
The Mars rover Curiosity has been making its first tentative drives on the surface of the Red Planet. Soon, it will make a quarter-mile journey away from Bradbury Landing to explore a site called Glenelg, where it’ll examine rock formations.
On this month’s edition of The Digital Future, Strategic News Service publisher Mark Anderson tells KPLU’s Dave Meyer that the August 5th Mars landing is more than just another triumph for NASA; it’s a reminder that science is reality.