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Spacecraft: Surface Operations: Rover

rover detailsThe Mars Exploration Rovers act as robot geologists while they are on the surface of Mars.

You can explore the various parts of the rover by clicking on the image to the left.

In some senses, the rovers´ parts are similar to what any living creature would need to keep it "alive" and able to explore.

The rover has a:

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