Opportunity begins its second decade roving the Martian surface.


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Opportunity begins its second decade roving the Martian surface.

The rover’s surface mission was originally scheduled to last only 90 days.

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  • wade

    I don’t want to get into the speculation of Other Things but, doesn’t That and the Race of probes towards the planet Mars by Many Nations leave us All a bit Suspicious of What indeed Exists There.

  • Joe

    Now this is real science, as opposed to so called climate science. That these two machines have far outlived expectations is terrific. I do expect that living on the red planet would be energy intensive, but maybe there is a payoff in it.

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