NASA’s Mars Opportunity Rover Reaches Long Mission’s Summit

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s Opportunity rover has reached its highest point in an 11 year exploration of the Martian geology, a 440-ft.-high perch atop the western rim of Endeavour crater, a 14-mi.-wide depression on the Meridiani plains of the planet’s equatorial belt. The camera-toting rover crested at Cape...

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