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The American space agency (Nasa) is celebrating 10 years of operation for its Opportunity rover on Mars . The six-wheeled vehicle landed on the planet's Meridiani plains on 25 January, 2004, at 05:05 GMT. It has since trundled 38.7km across the
But in the meantime, space robots are picking up the slack and doing our dirty work. So far, only 3 countries have landed a probe on the moon, but as robot technology advances, it seems likely that we'll have a lot more rovers crawling around on the
But though they roam alone, Curiosity and Opportunity continue to reveal details about the Red Planet's former habitable conditions. New studies in the journal Science describe insights from each of those rovers about ancient environments where
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It's white around the outside, in the middle there's kind of a low spot that's dark red: It looks like a jelly doughnut, said Cornell University astronomer Steven Squyres , the principal investigator of Mars Exploration Rover Mission. He announced
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46 Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena New Delhi: Scientists have spotted a strange celestial object on the surface of Earth's Moon. The alien object is wedge shape and has seven circular points which are evenly arranged in a right angle.
Mars rover Opportunity snapped photos of a mysterious rock they say materialized recently in front of the automated explorer. "It looks white around the edge in the middle and there's a low spot in the centre that's dark red," lead Mars Exploration
Cassini spacecraft is still working, well beyond the four years of science the space agency had hoped to get...This spring, agency officials, as they do every two years, will conduct a review of the spacecraft that have outlived their original
Not quite, but scientists are baffled by a white rock with a dark red low spot in the middle that "just plain appeared at that spot" on the planet where the rover is situated, says Steve Squyres, lead scientist of the Mars Exploration Rover mission.