• October 30, 2014
After a bad day on the launch pad, some perspective.
• October 20, 2014
All seven Mars spacecraft are doing perfectly fine after comet Siding Spring's close encounter with Mars.
• October 15, 2014
Opportunity will become a comet flyby mission beginning in mid-October. The comet Siding Spring will zoom past Mars at a distance of about 135,000 km on October 19.
• September 26, 2014
After a stand-down of activities to reformat its flash memory, Opportunity has re-commenced the long climb up this high and steep segment of the Endeavour crater rim.
• September 03, 2014
Senior review recommends continuing all major planetary exploration missions, but not without some changes.
• August 21, 2014
On October 19, the Mars rovers — like their orbiting cousins — will become comet flyby missions. Comet C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring) will pass within 140,000 km of Mars.
• August 18, 2014
Opportunity just completed its first drives upslope on its long journey toward the crest of the highest rim segment of Endeavour crater, “Cape Tribulation.” Larry Crumpler gives us an update on what to expect next from the little rover that could.
• August 04, 2014
Larry Crumpler updates us on the Opportunity rover, which now holds the distance record for a rover on another planet and is about to climb up its highest crater rim segment yet.
• July 30, 2014
Valerie Fox reports from the 8th International Conference on Mars on the habitability of the Red Planet.
• June 30, 2014
Opportunity has left the winter haven and is still driving south along the rim of Endeavour crater, currently exploring an outcrop a few meters from crater rim.
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