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Apple Airport Extreme in Space

Mars Rover G3

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I was just looking thru some random articles and found out some really interesting things. I had no idea that the current Mars Rover Curiosity is basically a G3 SoC powered Apple Airport Extreme. A very special one, but a psudo-mac clone none-the-less.

Check out the article here - very interesting read.

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It's not really the G3 but rather a PowerPC type CPU based system... Quite specific one. So no go with Windows 8 running on it (luckily) :)





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