The global dust storm is slowly subsiding, and the rover’s team is hoping that the rover will soon make contact again
Though the rover is on the other side of Mars from Opportunity, the dust has steadily increased over it, more than doubling over the weekend
One of the thickest dust storms ever observed on Mars has been spreading for the past week and a half.
NASA’s Opportunity rover has pictured possible “rock stripes” on Mars, which on Earth, are formed by wet soil
We head to Mars to celebrate the Opportunity rover’s greatest discoveries of all time in the latest issue – out now!
Chemicals found in Martian rocks by the rover suggest the Red Planet once had more oxygen in its atmosphere than it does now
Marathon Valley has provided fruitful research targets since July 2015, but the rover may soon move on
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has provided the strongest evidence yet
The rover’s operators plan to use the vehicle through the upcoming Martian winter in order to conduct a survey of Marathon Valley
See and hear the incredible experience of trundling along the terrain of the Red Planet