Nasa engineers said goodbye to the Opportunity rover with a touching final message. The little robot spent 15 years exploring the surface of Mars, sending back unprecedented amounts of information to.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Independent
After no sign of life from the robotic explorer since June 2018, NASA has called it a day on Opportunity's Martian mission. Intended to last only three months, the Mars Opportunity Rover provided data..
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According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, NASA's rover designed to traverse the surface of Mars stopped communicating with Earth after 15 long years of service. Engineers reportedly lost contact..
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Nasa's longest-running rover on Mars has been pronounced dead, 15 years after it landed on the planet. Opportunity was built to operate just three months, but ran from July 2003 to June 2018,..
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According to Mother Nature Network, NASA officially declared the end of rover's mission on Mars.
NASA last heard from the Opportunity rover on June 10th, 2018, when a massive dust storm was encircling..
It might be time to bid farewell to the Opportunity mars rover. The rover's team made their last attempt to contact Opportunity last night, and the call went unanswered.The last time Opportunity made..
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NASA said it has not recorded active storms near the rover 'for some time'. Operators admit they are in a race against time that if there is no signal after 45 days the rover will 'probably never.. MailOnline - Published
Flight controllers tried late Tuesday night to contact Opportunity, but the rover did not respond. The storm has been growing since the end of May and now covers one-quarter of the planet. MailOnline - Published
NASA 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. MailOnline - Published