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Mars Rover Begins “Whole New Mission”

NASA reports that the seemingly-unstoppable robotic geologist Opportunity is finding things at Endeavour crater that it has never seen before, adding new life to a mission that has already been epic. Observations “suggest that rock exposures on Endeavour’s rim date

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Red Cliffs

Sent by: MER-B | From: Mars | Sent: Sep, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell | Image source Another in a series of parting shots of Victoria Crater as Opportunity drove along its length, heading south toward an even larger feature several

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Making Tracks

Sent by: MER-B | From: Mars | Sent: Sep, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell | Image source Opportunity is now making progress in its journey toward a huge crater 12 kilometers away, leaving its mark on the Meridiani plains along the

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Wheels in Motion

Sent by: MER-B | From: Mars | Sent: Sep, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell | Image source The robotic geologist Opportunity is back on the road, heading for a huge crater called Endeavour. It’s 12 kilometers away. That distance represents a

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Fresh Horizons

Sent by: MER-B | From: Mars | Sent: Sep, 2008 | Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell | Image source A view from the edge of Victoria Crater, where Opportunity recently emerged back out onto the Meridiani Plains. Next comes renewed driving across the

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