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Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL

 
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Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL


Two images presented in the video are 26 Martian days apart. It shows that the Rover has not moved one inch in that length of time. Is the rover still mobile?

[link to mars.jpl.nasa.gov]

[link to mars.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
well that was a big waste of money
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
well that was a big waste of money
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The aliens found out the rover had a battery charger so they've been using it to recharge their iAlien phones.
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
really not a bad idea
to let the rover sitting a month in the same place
only to observe "changes" in all those high resolution PICs they got over this time window
so perhaps it is intended
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
Yeah, the American Desert southwest is a hostile climate.

Look at the high-res images of that thing. Could they have made it ANY more complicated? and ANY more delicate?
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
Looks pretty dead to me... But then NASA would tell us, right? Never A Straight Answer...
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
well that was a big waste of money
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POS cameras they have there... where's the 20 megapixel giant pictures in full color?
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
Hope they got AAA. tounge


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BumP bump
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Re: Mars Curiosity Rover Dead? | NASA JPL
well that was a big waste of money
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14103869


POS cameras they have there... where's the 20 megapixel giant pictures in full color?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26945271


It's not the camera's that suck. Rather it's the signal going across space not giving large enough bandwidth to continuously send out HD photos from all 17 cameras and data from the instruments on board at the same time.


Probably has a lot to do with the amount of power needed as well.

Use a lower frequency and you can send signals farther with less interference and use less power. But lower frequencies yield lower bandwidth.

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