2. What do you do too much and too little of today?
Tolerate my fellow humans.
3. Do you live by the 2 second rule when it comes to dropped food on the floor? [As in if food drops to the floor do you eat it or bin it?]
I have a Labrador Retriever . Food never hits the floor in my house.
Hamish Macbeth Photo A.M. Moscoo
4. Have you ever fooled around with electric wires and tripped you as in received a shock if yes, what were you doing?
I was pulling light fixtures from a display and learned the hard way that our display team were common sense challenged, so if you did as much as breath on a fixture it threw the circuit break off… EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
5. Are you a plate licker?
No. I’m a biter.
6. What time do you normally retire to bed for the night, or try to anyway?
When I am through with the world- and by that I mean it has played my last nerve I turn in for the night.
7. How many blue elephants would it take to change a red lightbulb in the green toilet?
Dude. If you think I’d go near a toilet that an elephant has access to, then me an you need to have some words. Because nobody should be playing around an elephant’s toilet.
At the Press conference today some of the scientists recommended slowing down the speed on the video as you watched the landing because there is so much information to take in. I don’t know how to do that, but I guess I’ll ask around and find out.
They also said the same thing about the pictures. Zoom in and just have fun with it.
This panorama, taken on Feb. 20, 2021, by the Navigation Cameras Perseverance Navcams 360-Degree Panorama
Navcam View of Perseverance’s Rover Deck
Mastcam-Z Looks at Its Calibration Target
This first image of NASA’s Perseverance Rover on the surface of Mars from the High Resolution Imaging Experiment (HiRISE) camera aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) shows the many parts of the Mars 2020 mission landing system that got the rover safely on the ground.