Opportunity rover's last picture is as grim as it is dark
Wednesday, 13 February 2019 A mighty dust storm swirled around the Opportunity rover on June 10, 2018, forcing the robot to shut itself off and conserve power. The dust blocked out nearly all the sunlight, turning day to night.
Opportunity would never awake. On Wednesday, NASA announced that they would no longer attempt to revive the 15-year-old...
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..
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..