discoverynews:

does the image on the left remind you of anything?

because the moment i saw it i recalled the image on the right.

these were taken 43 years and millions of miles apart and yet… they’re so similar.

we aren’t sending people (yet) but we are leaving our mark.

Images: NASA,/JPL-Caltech

One small step for sci-fi movies everywhere. 

Reblogged from discoverynews, 796 notes, October 6, 2012

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