CalTech NASA JPL JPL CalTech
NASA Logo - Jet Propulsion Laboratory Follow this link to skip to the main content
   + View the NASA Portal

JPL Home Earth Solar System Stars & Galaxies Technology
Mars Exploration Rovers
Images Multimedia News Missions Events Kids Education Science & Research About JPL
At a Glance
Daily Updates
Flight Director Reports
News Releases
Features
Image Releases
Multimedia
Fact Sheet
Press Kit
Media Contacts
Link to MER Home Page
Two Years on Mars Flash Presentation


 Site Tools:
 + Adobe Reader
 + Apple QuickTime
 + Macromedia Flash
 + RealPlayer

Latest Rover Images
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3921
2/12/15
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3921
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3914
2/2/15
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3914
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3908
1/26/15
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3908
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3894
1/20/15
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3894
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3868
12/23/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3868
Clues to Wet History in Texture of a Martian Rock
11/18/14
Clues to Wet History in Texture of a Martian Rock
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3784
9/24/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3784
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3757
8/21/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3757
+ View all rover images
Latest Rover News
3/27/15 - Rover Amnesia Event Follows Latest Memory Reformatting
The team operating the Mars Rover Opportunity learned that it experienced a brief amnesia event related to its flash memory, the first since a reformatting a week earlier.
+ View all rover news
Latest Daily Update
Short summaries on rover activities.
2/5/15 - Opportunity
Rover Continues Driving While Team Works on Rover Memory Issues

Opportunity is on the west rim of Endeavour Crater heading towards "Marathon Valley," a putative location for abundant clay minerals now only about 656 feet (200 meters) away.
1/29/15 - Opportunity
Several Drives This Week Put Opportunity Near Marathon Distance

Opportunity is on the west rim of Endeavour Crater heading towards "Marathon Valley," a putative location for abundant clay minerals now about 984 feet (300 meters) away.
+ View this month's updates
Latest Flight Director Update
Near-daily video updates on rover status, given by rover flight directors.
9/7/07 - Video: Rover Flight Director Report
The Mars rovers have weathered dust storms and are now back in action.
+ Play video
+ View all flight director updates
Related Links
+ JPL Image Policy
+ Mars Exploration Rover Mission
+ Cornell's Athena Site
Privacy / Copyrights FAQ Contact JPL Sitemap
FIRST GOV + Freedom of Information Act NASA Home Page
Site Manager:
Webmasters:
  Susan Watanabe
Tony Greicius, Martin Perez