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Latest Rover Images
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
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3751
8/14/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3751
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3713
7/8/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3713
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3703
7/1/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3703
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3696
6/30/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3696
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3684
6/6/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3684
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Latest Rover News
10/16/14 - NASA's Opportunity Rover Gets Panorama Image at 'Wdowiak Ridge'
NASA's decade-old Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is working near the base of a steep-sloped hill called "Wdowiak Ridge," shown in a dramatic new panorama from the rover.
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Latest Daily Update
Short summaries on rover activities.
11/6/14 - Opportunity
Dust Levels Back to Normal

Opportunity is on the west rim of Endeavour Crater heading towards 'Marathon Valley,' a putative location for abundant clay minerals about a mile (1.6 kilometers) to the south.
10/23/14 - Opportunity
Dust Storm Watch

Opportunity is on the west rim of Endeavour Crater heading towards 'Marathon Valley,' a putative location for abundant clay minerals only a mile (1.6 kilometers) to the south.
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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.
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