Mars rover Opportunity puts itself in standby mode

04/29/2013 | Space.com

NASA's Opportunity Mars rover has put itself in standby mode after a routine check revealed a camera problem. The rover's reboot happened during a Mars solar conjunction when Mars and Earth are on opposite sides of the sun. Scientists are ready to feed new data to Opportunity so it can continue the mission it began in 2004 to search for signs of past water on Mars.

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