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NASA's Mars Opportunity rover 'declared dead'

Sify Thursday, 14 February 2019
[USA], Feb 14 (ANI): The NASA has officially called time on its Opportunity Mars rover, after the six-wheeled robot landed on the Red Planet 15 years ago for searching life on it.
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NASA's Mars Opportunity over as the rover dies after 15 years

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