NASA has a rock on Mars, and The Rolling Stones, named the band in honor of. The stone bears now the name of The Rolling Stone, the Rock, reported by NASA on Thursday.
The Rolling Stones have been pleasantly surprised by the news. “What a great way to end our No Filter Tour this year,” according to lead singer Mick Jagger at the opening night of the tour at The Rolling Stones concert in Pasadena. “This is an important milestone in our long history. NASA: thank you very much!”
It’s not going to be just a rock. The stone, which is a little larger than a golf ball, at the end of november last year, a 1-meter-friendly. This is the greatest distance that NASA is a rock on another planet has ever seen to take. The reason for this was the landing of NASA’s InSight Lander, which will be in november 2018, with the red planet, touched down to differences in research to do so. The thrust of the engines, came up the stone, and on the move.
NASA’s InSight mission, which successfully landed on Mars
Actor Robert Downey jr. made a mention on Thursday announced. They responded to Downey jr. at the event. “Advances in the field of science and is a legendary rock band is always a great combination,” says the actor.