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NASA's Opportunity rover hunkers down in Martian dust storm said to be the worst in over a decade

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NASA's Opportunity rover hunkers down in Martian dust storm said to be the worst in over a decadeNASA has been forced to temporarily pause operations of its Opportunity rover as it continues to be rocked by an intense dust storm on Mars, far worse than one it weather in 2007.
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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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