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The total distance driven on Mars by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover, 21.35 miles by early December 2011, is approaching the record total for off-Earth driving, held by the robotic Lunokhod 2 rover operated on Earth's moon by the Soviet Union in 1973.
The total distance driven on Mars by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover, 21.35 miles by early December 2011, is approaching the record total for off-Earth driving, held by the robotic Lunokhod 2 rover operated on Earth's moon by the Soviet Union in 1973.

Off-Earth Driving Champs (in Miles)

The total distance driven on Mars by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover, 21.35 miles by early December 2011, is approaching the record total for off-Earth driving, held by the robotic Lunokhod 2 rover operated on Earth's moon by the Soviet Union in 1973.

Mission: Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
Spacecraft: Opportunity, Spirit
ID#: PIA14859
Added: 2011-12-07

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Off-Earth Driving Champs (in Miles)

The total distance driven on Mars by NASA's Mars Exploration Rover, 21.35 miles by early December 2011, is approaching the record total for off-Earth driving, held by the robotic Lunokhod 2 rover operated on Earth's moon by the Soviet Union in 1973.

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This image of a model capture magnet was taken after an experiment in a Mars simulation chamber at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.  It has some dust on it, but not as much as that on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's capture magnet.
This image of a model capture magnet was taken after an experiment in a Mars simulation chamber at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.  It has some dust on it, but not as much as that on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's capture magnet.

Testing the Capture Magnet

This image of a model capture magnet was taken after an experiment in a Mars simulation chamber at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.  It has some dust on it, but not as much as that on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's capture magnet.

Mission: Mars Exploration Rover (MER)
Spacecraft: Opportunity, Spirit
Instrument: Capture Magnet
ID#: PIA05729
Added: 2004-04-09

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Testing the Capture Magnet

This image of a model capture magnet was taken after an experiment in a Mars simulation chamber at the University of Aarhus, Denmark. It has some dust on it, but not as much as that on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's capture magnet.

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