NASA: Mars Rover Spirit Will Rove No More

Squyres, in an interview with ABC News earlier in the mission, said the rovers were each expected to travel about 600 yards, electronically feeling their way along the path commanded by engineers at mission control. They've gone much farther, giving an intimate picture of a very alien world.

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"It's a breathtakingly beautiful place in a very stark way," he said. "There are mountains, there are deep canyons, spectacular craters, we've seen some of these things, now we've climbed the mountains, we've been down into the craters, we know what they look like."
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