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Mars Rover Completes Primary Mission

The first of the two Mars Rovers has completed it's mission, but is continuing to function and NASA is extending its mission.

The unmanned robot, marking its 90th full day on Mars, had accomplished all of the tasks NASA considered essential to declare the joint mission a success. Its twin rover, Opportunity, was getting close to achieving the same.

If you haven't been following the mission its still possible to visit some of the NASA sites for status and pictures. here and here

And there is a picture on the Astronomy Picture of the Day


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