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Dec 03, 2018
Three Mars landers from US, Europe and China to follow NASA's InSight spacecraftNASA's InSight spacecraft touched down on the sweeping red equatorial plains of Mars on 26 November.
Nov 12, 2018
Driving Mars Curiosity Rover remotely on the red planet and challenges encounteredThe Curiosity rover executes the commands, moving slowly to its designated position, at a maximum speed of 35 to 110 meters (yards) per hour.
Nov 11, 2018
Scientists create a soundtrack of a Mars sunrise using data sonification techniquesScientists have created the soundtrack of the Mars sunrise captured by NASA's Opportunity rover.
Sep 26, 2018
NASA's silent Opportunity rover spotted by Mars Orbiter after storm subsidedOpportunity was descending into the valley when a dust storm swept over the region in end of May.
Sep 03, 2018
NASA plans a 45-day effort to restore contact with Opportunity Rover on MarsOpportunity rover has been out of contact since early June, due to a major dust storm on Mars.
Aug 31, 2018
With Martian skies clearing up, Opportunity Rover may spring back to life: NASAThe impact of the last storm on the Opportunity Rover's systems is still unknown, NASA says.
Jun 23, 2018
NASA’s Curiosity manages a quick selfie just before the great Martian dust stormNASA's Curiosity studying the soil at the Gale Crater and is expected to remain largely unaffected.
Jun 14, 2018
NASA's Opportunity Rover falls asleep after massive Martian dust storm, raising concerns for its survivalAn unusually severe dust storm overcome NASA's Opportunity rover, putting the solar-powered vehicle into sleep mode and raising concerns about its survival
Nov 01, 2017
NASA's 2020 Mars mission rover will pack 23 cameras for enhanced visionWhen NASA's Mars Pathfinder touched down in 1997, it had five cameras. The subsequent Spirit and Opportunity rovers were designed with 10 cameras each.
Jan 08, 2015
NASA's Opportunity rover takes in view from top of Martian hill as engineers try to fix itNASA's Opportunity rover is soaking in the view from its perch atop a Martian hill as engineers continue to fix a problem with its computer memory.