HOUSTON - NASA's Assistant Spokesperson Skipper Flashfiddle has just informed the press that they have received word of a small malfunction with the Martian land rover Curiosity.
Flashfiddle said that at 2:07 a.m. a computer printout sent from the land rover showed that its left turn signal was stuck.
He noted that photos clearly showed that the left turn signal was blinking on and off and would not stop.
Flashfiddle commented that a land rover electrical mechanic was made aware of the incident and he remarked that he will have the matter taken care of in no time.
NASA officials have stated that they have the best mechanical workers in the entire country.
They said that last year in November they took care of a problem concerning Curiosity's windshield wipers and a problem with the low oil light coming on.
And then in early December, Curiosity ran over a possum and luckily there was no major damage to the land rover.