Mars rover is back in action after computer glitch

03/20/2013 | Space.com

The Mars Curiosity rover is active again after being sidelined by a computer glitch this week, NASA officials announced. The robot, which has not yet resumed normal operations, is also still recovering from its first computer error from late February. Officials expect the robot to be able to perform more analytical and sampling work by the end of the week.

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