Solar Conjunction Will Temporarily Curtail Mars Science
HOUSTON—A half-dozen NASA Mars rovers, landers and orbiters will cease or in some cases curtail their transmission and reception of data with Earth as the Solar System’s two most hospitable planets experience a two-week, once-every-two-year solar conjunction beginning Oct. 2. That means the Earth...
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