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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 3)

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An update for the NASA InSight mission to Mars. What has it seen and discovered so far?
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Watch NASA's Opportunity Rover Launch to Mars

On July 7, 2003, NASA's Mars Exploration Rover launched to the Red Planet. -- NASA Making One Last Attempt to Call Opportunity Rover on Mars:


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NASA Releases A Picture Of The Curiosity Rover With A Mysterious Shadow | NASA's Unexplained Files

In September 2012, Nasa released a picture of the Curiosity, a rover that was exploring Mars. A regular photo of the rover's exploration containing a mysterious shadow intrigued the internet and raised questions.

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HD NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover on MARS - Mars' geology (part 3) - ASMR Relaxing

- NASA's Curiosity Mars rover recently set a record for the steepest terrain it's ever climbed, cresting the Greenheugh Pediment, a broad sheet of rock that sits atop a hill. And before doing that, the rover took a selfie, capturing the scene just below Greenheugh.
In front of the rover is a hole it drilled while sampling a bedrock target called Hutton. The entire selfie is a 360-degree panorama stitched together from 86 images relayed to Earth. The selfie captures the rover about 11 feet (3.4 meters) below the point where it climbed onto the crumbling pediment.
Curiosity finally reached the top of the slope March 6 (the 2,696th Martian day, or sol, of the mission). It took three drives to scale the hill, the second of which tilted the rover 31 degrees — the most the rover has ever tilted on Mars and just shy of the now-inactive Opportunity rover's 32-degree tilt record, set in 2016. Curiosity took the selfie on Feb. 26, 2020 (Sol 2687).
Since 2014, Curiosity has been rolling up Mount Sharp, a 3-mile-tall (5-kilometer-tall) mountain at the center of Gale Crater. Rover operators at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California carefully map out each drive to make sure Curiosity will be safe. The rover is never in danger of tilting so much that it would flip over — Curiosity's rocker-bogie wheel system enables it to tilt up to 45 degrees safely — but the steep drives do cause the wheels to spin in place. CONTINUE HERE:

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Amazing HD shots of Mars landscape (martian geology) from NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover.
- Launched on the 26th of November, 2011 and landed on the 5th of August, 2012.

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The Curious Life of a Mars Rover | Nat Geo Live

Having helped design the Mars rovers Spirit, Opportunity, and Curiosity, NASA engineer Kobie Boykins reveals what these robots are telling us about the existence of life on the red planet.
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New Mars Curiosity Rover Pictures

We follow the Curiosity Rover on Mars as it climbs up a Martian mountain named Mount Sharp. We have selected only the clearest footage from Mars to give you a sense of actually being there alongside Curiosity. All the places that NASA has explored have been given nicknames, which you will see in the video. Some of the images have been 'white balanced' by NASA to give geologists a clearer view of the rocks.

A quick summary of the Journey:

Landing in the Gale Crater, Curiosity heads towards Yellowknife Bay, taking its first drive over 'Glenelg'. In Yellowknife Bay, Curiosity finds the first evidence that the Gale Crater was once filled with salty water.

Curiosity goes on to explore the Bagnold Dunes and crosses through the Naukluft Plateau into Murray Buttes where it begins to ascend Mount Sharp. Climbing on top of 'Vera Rubin Ridge' provides Curiosity with a magnificent view, from where we started in the Gale Crater.

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Opportunity's Last Message to NASA & Remembering Oppy- The Case for Mars 36

What was the Opportunity rover last message to NASA? What great achievements did Opportunity make?

NASA's Opportunity Rover (part of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission) has recently reached the end of its journey. After almost half a year of trying to communicate with the rover, NASA decided to end the Mars rover's mission. In this video, we discuss the various locations Opportunity visited, and some of the key discoveries it and the Spirit rover made on the surface of Mars. Lastly, we talk about the impact these rovers had back here on Earth.

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NASA says goodbye to Mars rover Opportunity after 15 years

NASA lost contact with the robot in a massive dust storm last June and finally declared an end to its operational lifetime.

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Opportunity Rover On Mars (2004 - 2019)

NASA announced the completion of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Opportunity’s mission after a final attempt to command the rover on 12 February 2019. Opportunity last communicated with Earth on 10 June 2018, as a global dust storm blanketed the solar-powered rover's location on Mars. Opportunity landed at Meridiani Planum on Mars 25 January 2004. The rover had an initial goal of driving 600 meters and operating for 90 Martian days (sols). Instead, Opportunity operated over 14 years, and traveled over 45 kilometers.
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NASA declares Opportunity rover dead after 15 years on Mars

It's the space rover that's been credited with transforming our understanding of Mars but NASA has declared its veteran explorer 'Opportunity' is now officially dead.

It was built in just 90 days but went on to live for 14 years.

Its last contact with earth was eight months ago after it was silenced by a global dust storm.

Sky's US correspondent Greg Milam reports.

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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 6)

NASA's Opportunity had just made the most important discovery of its mission, the rock vein known as Esperance. But what happened next?
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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 5)

My battery is low and it's getting dark. NASA's Opportunity has come to the end of a 15 year mission on Mars. But what did it do? This episode focuses on Endeavour Crater and Cape York!


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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 2)

NASA's Opportunity rover may have come to the end of a nearly 15 year mission on Mars. A dust storm has drained its batteries, and we are unsure if it will recover. But what journey did it take?


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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 4)

My battery is low and it's getting dark. NASA's Opportunity has come to the end of a 15 year mission on Mars. But what did it do? This episode focuses on its trip across the Meridiani Plains!


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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 1)

NASA's Opportunity rover may have come to the end of a nearly 15 year mission on Mars. A dust storm has drained its batteries, and we are unsure if it will recover. But what journey did it make?


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What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (Episode 3)

My battery is low and it's getting dark. NASA's Opportunity has come to the end of a 15 year mission on Mars. But what did it discover? This episode focuses on its trip around Victoria crater!


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11+ Years of Mars Roving in 8 Minutes | Time-Lapse Video

NASA's Opportunity rover has 'run' a science marathon (and then some!) on the Red Planet, traveling over 26.2 miles. The Mars Exploration Rover team compiled ‘Hazcam’ imagery (2004 - 2015), combined with terrain vibration data, odometer readings and made a map to track the journey. -- More about the Opportunity's Mar's Marathon Win:

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NASA’s Curiosity rover found a weird metal rock on Mars

It's not everyday that you find a space rock on Mars. But that's exactly what NASA's Curiosity rover discovered on Oct. 27. The rock looks completely different from its surroundings because it's made of completely different materials. NASA decided to investigate further by using the rover's ChemCam laser, which gave scientists information about what the rock's chemical composition.

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The Heartbreaking Last Words Of The Mars Opportunity Rover To NASA Scientists

The heartbreaking last words of the Mars Opportunity rover to NASA scientists. We take a look at the Mars Opportunity Rovers last message.

The Mars Opportunity rover was the second of the two rovers launched in 2003, both of which were to land on the martian surface and aid in various missions. One of the main goals of the opportunity rover was to search the planet for signs of past life.

The opportunity rover made a number of incredible discoveries while exploring the Red Planet. One of these was that Mars at one point had wet areas for an extended period of time and that these would have been able to support life.

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NASA's Opportunity rover completes mission

Drive along with the NASA’s Opportunity Mars rover and hear the voices of scientists and engineers behind the mission. Designed to run for 90 days, the exploration spanned more than 15 years from 2004 to 2019. (Video courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech)

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