Perseverance Mars rover photographs its own landing debris

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Shows why humans are not responsible enough to colonize space. This 4 billion year pristine environment now trashed by the good old us of a. You'd think these clever people at NASA with their limitless budgets would figure out a way to clean up their own junk, but no. Not a priority.
 

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NASA Page: Historical Log - Missions to Mars

It's not just the US (wasn't even first). Anything we humans have sent to the Red Planet that touched the surface (landed/crashed) is still there. We barely know how to get there and are still trying to figure out how to get anything back.

It's like telling a three year old to clean up after himself; not likely to happen. We're just not "old enough" to know how to.

-Wolf sends
 

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