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Nasa concerned about future of Opportunity rover as huge storm takes over Mars

Independent Thursday, 14 June 2018
Engineers don't know how the rover, or Mars, will look once everything is over
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News video: See The Massive Dust Storm That Has Stalled NASA’s Opportunity Rover

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A growing dust storm on Mars has halted NASA’s Opportunity rover as it waits for the string weather to pass.

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