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Samuel Greenway
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Our lives are not our own. We need God to guide our steps to walk us through this thing called life.
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When it comes to confessing our sins, the responsibility lands on our doorstep. Thankfully, God promises to forgive what we truthfully confess.
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The Pitivi video editor has launched a €100k fundraising campaign and needs your help.

The team behind the GStreamer-based video editor for Linux has started an ambitious fundraising campaign to fund the full-time development of the open source app.

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Movie of Curiosity's View Backwards While Crossing Dune - The series of nine images making up this animation were taken by the rear Hazard-Avoidance Camera (rear Hazcam) on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover as the rover drove over a dune spanning "Dingo Gap" on Mars. The Hazcam, mounted low on the vehicle's chassis, provides a wide-angle view. Curiosity made this 23-foot (7 meter) drive during the 535th Martian day, or sol, of its work on Mars (Feb. 6, 2014). At the start of the drive, the rover's right-front wheel was already at the crest of the 3-foot-tall (1-meter-tall) dune, with the rover still pointed uphill. By the last three images in the series, the rover was headed downhill.

The light-toned dome on the right side of the horizon is part of Mount Sharp. This drive was westward. The rover's long-term destination on the lower slope of Mount Sharp is still farther west and south from the rover's current location. Dingo Gap provided an entryway into a valley to the west. The valley appealed to the rover team as a driving route because its terrain includes fewer sharp rocks than alternative routes considered.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

#mars #nasa #space #spaceimages #msl #curiosity #marscuriosity #marsrovers #planets #redplanet #solarsystem #nofilter

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