Originally 50 times longer than expected, Mars & # 39; rover Opportunity has died. Two equal explorers, Spirit and Opportunity, were launched in 2003 at the NASA Mars Exploration Rover mission. Both landed on January 4, 2004, while they lasted for less than three months while traveling for less than a mile. Spirit arrived in 2010 when the earthquake caught corruption. He overcame all expectations, he lived at the age of fourteen, when he finally finished his mission.
Finding the latest water signs discovered by Marsen, he crystallized the craters and analyzed rocks and hit his heat shield on Red Planet. Rover traveled over 28 miles throughout his life.
According to National Geographic, John Callas, director of the Mars Exploration Rovers project, stated: "With this mission, more than a few other robotic missions, human beings have made this connection to say farewell, but at the same time we need to remember this phenomenon, exploring What we have done in history. I think it will be a long time to overcome a certain mission.
A stormy storm on Mars, wind storms, which lasted January and January, was the unfortunate end to Opportunity. Previously, the storm helped clear the copper powder in Opportunity's solar panels, prolonging life. This time, however, Opportunity did not pull. NASA sent commanders to revive the adventurer on January 25, thinking that it might be a cause of silence of the vehicles as a result of an antenna or faulty clock. NASA now says that Perseverance Valley has been named after Strong Opportunity, which will now be the longest place for this vehicle.
"Even though Opportunity's role is over, the future is shining through Mars's ongoing exploration," said Johns Hopkins University's astrophysicist graduate student Brian Healy. Curiosity rover is entering its seventh year science operations, looking for water and past life signs on the surface of the Red Plane. Insight Cape recently analyzes the structure, seismic activity and weather of Mars. Another vehicle, ready for launch in 2020, will look deeply into the planet Earth to find out about the life of Mars.