Sharing stories on "stage"

Sharing stories on "stage"
Sharing stories on "stage" “Science is emotional,” said NASA’s Associate Administrator for Science Thomas Zurbuchen during the end of mission event held Feb 13, 2019 at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), where Opportunity and Spirit were born. “And it’s a team sport.” Left: MER’s P.I. Steve Squyres and Project Scientist Matt Golombek, both of who go back to before the beginning of the rover’s expeditions, offer thoughts and anecdotes from the roads of Meridiani Planum and Gusev Crater. Right: Two MERtian drivers returned “home” for the event. L-R: Former MER Lead Flight Director-Rover Driver Mike Seibert, Ashley Stroupe, John Wright, former Rover Planner Scott Maxwell, and Rover Planner Julie Townsend reunited and talked of tales and lessons learned with attendees. A.J.S. Rayl

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