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Opportunity's Improbable Anniversary

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 05:31 PM


Opportunity's Improbable Anniversary

When Opportunity left Earth in 2003, many observers expected the rover to survive no more than a few months on the hostile surface of Mars. 10 years later, Opportunity is still going strong and could be poised to make its biggest discoveries yet at a place named Solander Point.

Source: Science@NASA - YouTube Channel

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