Issue Date: July 15, 2013
Opportunity Keeps Knocking
Just 90 days after a robotic vehicle called Opportunity set down on Mars, the rover had finished its primary mission. It wasn’t designed to last much longer than that, so scientists knew they might soon have to say good-bye to the rover. Little did they know that the rover wasn’t ready to say good-bye to them.
It’s now been a decade since the National Aeronautics & Space Administration launched Opportunity . . .
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