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NASA's Mars Rover Crashed Into A DMCA Takedown

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Wikimedia Commons/NASA
Wikimedia Commons/NASA

NASA's livestream coverage of the Curiosity rover's landing on Mars was was practically as flawless as the landing itself, a refreshing alternative to all that troubled Olympics coverage. The broadcast - full of suspense, lucky peanut-eating, and ecstatic congratulations - was slow and hard to reach at times, but NASA servers never failed. Along with burnishing its online publicity credentials, NASA had prepared for a global audience of millions

But NASA couldn't prepare for everything.

Read the whole story at Motherboard

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