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Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3621
4/7/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3621
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3609
3/25/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3609
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3600
3/17/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3600
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3568
2/6/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3568
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3555
1/27/14
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3555
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3486
12/3/13
Opportunity's Journey, Approaching 10th Anniversary
Tracks of a Climb on Opportunity's Sol 3485
12/3/13
Tracks of a Climb on Opportunity's Sol 3485
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3478
11/21/13
Opportunity's Traverse Map Through Sol 3478
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Latest Rover News
3/27/14 - Cleaner NASA Rover Sees Its Shadow in Martian Spring
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity has captured a shadow selfie on a slope it is exploring with an increasing power supply, as winds remove some dust and spring days grow longer.
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Latest Daily Update
Short summaries on rover activities.
4/7/14 - Opportunity
Driving Further Southwest on 'Murray Ridge'

Opportunity is exploring "Murray Ridge," part of the west rim of Endeavour Crater.
3/24/14 - Opportunity
Helpful Wind Cleans Solar Panels

The rover continues to investigate the region called "Cook Haven." On Sol 3603 (March 13, 2014), Opportunity completed the in-situ (contact) analysis of a target called "Augustine" with a Microscopic Imager (MI) mosaic and a placement of the Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer (APXS) on the same.
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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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