NASA: Mars Rover Spirit Will Rove No More

NASA's Mars rover Spirit is in its final resting place, mired in sandy soil on the edge of a small crater in the Martian hills. It has traveled nearly five miles and taken more than 100,000 pictures since it landed on Mars in 2004. Along with its twin, Opportunity, still driving on the opposite side of the planet, it has helped prove that Mars was once a warm, moist place, with pools of brackish water -- and perhaps conditions that made life possible. The six-wheeled Spirit has become, in a...Full Story
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