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A personal story recounts how a NASA team used a microscopic imager to take a selfie of the Opportunity rover.
Mars Exploration Rover scientists, engineers and enthusiasts have been playing the waiting game for 10 weeks, watching the much-reported dust storm subside so that Opportunity could get back to doing what it does best - exploring craters.
Europlanet : Life's a bleach
Europlanet : Swings and Roundabouts with Rings
Europlanet : Embargo? What Embargo?
Europlanet : Experience Exploration
Europlanet : Conference - First Person Perspective
Europlanet : Great spectrometer - but you broke my laser!
Europlanet : Simulating the SMART-1 impact
Europlanet : The surface of Venus with VIRTIS
Europlanet : Conference Conundrum
Europlanet : Stardust studies
Europlanet : 5th IPPW - New instruments
Europlanet : I'll hit that rock in one!
Europlanet : Exploring the South Pole of the Moon
Europlanet : VIMS - bright spots, dark lakes
ESA's planet-hunting satellite COROT bagged its first exoplanet in observations of the star COROT-Exo-1.
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