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Finding the Sleepy, Bashful dwarf didn't take a Doc -- just a space-Happy citizen scientist. NASA has had an interesting start to when it comes to its Mars rovers.
Just days after having to declare the Opportunity rover dead due to a dust In a new blog post, NASA explains that Curiosity is back at work and is currently examining a large rock in an area of Mars known as Midland Valley. Just days after having to declare the Opportunity rover dead due to a dust storm the year prior, NASA ' s last functional Mars rover , Curiosity , entered "safe mode" due to an unexplained glitch. Things seem to be going well, but some big questions still remain about the status of the rover itself.
When you're getting ready in the morning and need to know whether to wear a jacket or not you probably just tap your smartphone screen a few times and bring up a local weather report. If mankind ever plans on colonizing Mars, the first visitors will benefit greatly from a similar service that offers weather outlooks for the Red Planet.
Nasa ' s Curiosity Mars rover has been put into "safe mode" after a computer glitch caused by corrupted files. The robot, which is analysing rock samples on the The fault means the rover 's work has been put on temporary hold while the back -up computer is reconfigured so it can take full control. The safe mode glitch resulted in a computer reset but Curiosity began to function normally after it was back up and running.
NASA just dropped some enticing new details about the much anticipated and much delayed test flight. This close-up image is of a two-inch-deep 5. Curiosity drilled this hole in "Duluth" on May It was the first rock sample captured by the drill since October The first privately funded moon mission had an early hiccup but still managed to light up its engines and get a little closer to its target.