Opportunity Mars rover’s watch is ended (SlashGear)

From Chris Burns, SlashGear:

NASA’s Opportunity Rover mission’s craft has spoken its last, and after 5,352 days on Mars, its watch is ended. NASA’s Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA science division chief, are expected to hold a conference at 2PM Eastern Time on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, to make this announcement official. The day this rover died will be Sol 5352 (Martian solar days in operation), after 15 years and 20 days in service, having started roving on January 25th, 2004.

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