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[-]  13-06-18 19:06

The Opportunity rover is caught in a huge dust storm on Mars, but NASA remains hopeful
Day has turned to night for NASA's Opportunity rover on Mars.
A huge dust storm that's now 14-million square miles wide, covering a full quarter of the red planet, has blotted out the sun above Perseverance Valley, Opportunity's home. The storm could actually become a global tempest in the days to come, according to NASA.
And while there's a chance the hardest-working rover on Mars won't make it through the storm, scientists are still hopeful.
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