- How to stream Liverpool vs. Chelsea Friday 6:45 PM
- How to stream Real Madrid vs. Sevilla Friday 6:35 PM
- How to stream Peter ‘Kid Chocolate’ Quillin vs. Alfredo Angulo Friday 5:16 PM
- How to stream Barcelona vs. Granada Friday 4:50 PM
- ‘Atlantics’ tells a ghost story steeped with emotion and realism Friday 4:16 PM
- ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is a sweet, singular movie that loses its grip on satire Friday 3:40 PM
- Jordan Peterson is in rehab for Klonopin addiction Friday 3:34 PM
- The cat-worshipping turkey cult video, explained Friday 3:22 PM
- Despite legal threats and drama, the Area 51 desert event is on Friday 3:05 PM
- How to stream Yair Rodriguez vs. Jeremy Stephens on UFC Fight Night Friday 3:00 PM
- Twitter just launched its ‘Hide Replies’ feature Friday 1:59 PM
- How to turn off image metadata before it snitches on you Friday 1:36 PM
- The ‘Breaking Bad’ movie is coming to theaters—for one weekend only Friday 1:04 PM
- Teens recorded, shared videos of mall fight that ended in fatal stabbing Friday 12:44 PM
- How to stream Giants vs. Buccaneers in Week 3 Friday 12:31 PM
NASA’s Curiosity Rover, which has explored and documented Mars since it landed there four years ago, tweeted out a photo of its deck taken on Curiosity’s 44th Martian day in 2012. It’s a photo of Curiosity’s deck, which has a plaque attached to it with the signatures of Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and other U.S. officials.
As NASA notes, it’s not the first time a lander platform sent into space contained the signatures of the president and vice president at the time of launch. Spirit and Opportunity, two other rovers sent to Mars in January 2004, contain similar signatures.
Obama set a goal last year for the U.S. to send humans to Mars and return them to Earth by the 2030s. While we’re still along way off from achieving that goal, one part of him did make it there. Obama—who’s been curious about space since he was a child—was floored by the reveal.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.