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Mars showed off its playful side by snapping a picture of its own shadow...The solar-powered, six-wheel rover was at an outcrop on the rim of a massive crater. The late afternoon sun set the crater aglow and Opportunity waited for just the right
Pancam - as it took the mosaic image between 4.30 and 5pm, local time on Mars. Most of the component images were recorded during the 2,888th Martian day, or sol, of Opportunity's work on Mars. Opportunity had spent 19 weeks stuck in one place to '
Mars Science Laboratory will reach the Red Planet and begin its search for habitats that could have supported life. The next-generation rover, better known by the nickname Curiosity, will pick its way up a mound in the middle of Gale crater and look
After a cozy period of being in the same spot (the ‘Greeley Haven’ on the Endeavour Crater) for the past 19 weeks, the Mars rover, Opportunity, has come out of hibernation, recharged its solar powered cells and
Opportunity had spent 19 weeks stuck in one place to 'weather out' the dark months of the Martian winter on an outcrop called Greeley Haven. This week, the solar power rose enough for it to drive again. A view captured by Opportunity before starting
The Mars rover Opportunity is on the go again...The mission team received confirmation late Tuesday that Opportunity successfully drove downhill. Engineers will check its power supply before directing it north to study dust and bedrock.
Tasmania scientist is part of an international team that says it has conclusive proof that water once flowed on the surface of Mars. Paulo de Souza is a co-author of a paper published in the prestigious journal Science that reports findings from the
The Curiosity rover is within 100 days of landing on Mars, and scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are jazzed about the coming adventures of the biggest rover yet sent to the Red Planet. The Mini Cooper-size vehicle, ensconced within the Mars
On May 22, Eagle voters get the opportunity to vote on a project, the type of which is now failing throughout the country. If these projects are failing in our large cities, how can we expect it would work in our small valley, especially in Eagle?...
Articles Valles Marineris is a 3,000-kilometer-long tectonic trough system on Mars, which reaches depths of approximately eight kilometers (five miles) below the surrounding terrain. Inside the canyon are vast mounds of layered sediments of enigmatic