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Show That Your Love Is From Another World, With These Valentine’s Day Greetings From NASA

Valentine’s Day is incredibly close and if you haven’t prepared a gift for the one you love, what could be more romantic than an e-card with craters from Mars?

Probably many things: a box of chocolates, a bouquet of flowers or a teddy bear. However, NASA thought to those who consider the existence of the gravitational waves is more important than Valentine’s Day, so they launched a new service.

Specifically, the Space Agency launched a website that allows the users to send e-cards for Valentine’s Day, with romantic messages and pictures with craters from Mars.

We aren’t talking about any craters, but those who are shaped like hearts or smiley faces. Additionally, there are some photos with the little robot, Mars Rover, too.

Unfortunately, there is no freedom for customization, and, but you must choose from a range of predefined cards and messages.

Frankly, the whole website looks like it was created in the 90s, but NASA has more important things to do than to sit and optimize a site for Valentine’s Day. For those interested, you can see the designs here.

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