The late-night comics aren’t that impressed with what NASA has to offer these days. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
Eileen Rivers

Perhaps late-night comic James Corden summed up the general overnight reaction to NASA’s latest announcements best when he questioned: Remember when space exploration included groundbreaking events like landing men on the moon? Now NASA wants us to get excited about a few trickles of water and the moon turning red for a few seconds?

NASA recently announced that the Mars rover discovered liquid water on the planet.  People may have been more excited about the discovery of water if it had happened in California, Corden explained.  And as for the supermoon (that celestial event that combined with a lunar eclipse on Sunday night)? Take a look at today’s Punchlines (video above) as Jimmy Kimmel talks about his 40-minute struggle to find it.

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