Some Uplifting Science News: Mars rover Opportunity is on the move again Story dated 05 June 2005
"NASA's Mars rover Opportunity is making tracks across the Martian landscape again, after nearly five weeks stuck in a sand dune, engineers from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena said on Sunday. NASA engineers cheered this weekend when images returned from Mars showed the six-wheeled geological research vehicle was finally freed from the dune and making tracks, according to a posting on the JPL Web site (www.jpl.nasa.gov)."
It's nice to see what we can do when we aren't trying to kill one another.
Subject Matter: Science Space Exploration _____________________________________________