NASA Tries Again To Reach Opportunity Rover

Credit: Opportunity: NASA
HOUSTON—A new effort, expected to last several weeks, is underway at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to re-establish long-lost communications with the Mars Opportunity rover, which went silent last year during a global Martian dust storm. The golf cart-sized rover, developed for a 90-day surface...

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