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Seeking not to control, threaten, wound, or destroy, these elegant machines represent the exploratory part of our nature set free to roam the Solar System and beyond.

- Carl Sagan, "Pale Blue Dot" 1994

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The "Mars Exploration Rovers" web site!

The new Mars Rover will be an awesome source of information
 
     
 
  • Generation 5 Fully loaded with Essays, Interviews, Programming, Books, Software, Hardware, Games, Features Discussion Board, AISolutions, Competition, Education, Projects, Glossary, Links, Search regarding Artificial Intelligence
  • Mars Pathfinder To ensure that the information is accurate and accessible the site was separated into two components that reflect that state of the mission before and after the July 4, 1997 landing. Mars ...
  • PO.DAAC AVHRR OCEANS PATHFINDER The NOAA/ NASA AVHRR Oceans Pathfinder sea surface temperature data are derived from the 5-channel Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometers (AVHRR) on board the NOAA -7, -9, -11 and -14 polar ...
  • Mars Pathfinder Project Information 04 December 1996 UT 06:58 Arrival Date: 04 July 1997 UT 16:57 Launch Vehicle: Delta II Mass: 264 kg (lander), 10.5 kg (rover) Power System: Solar panels A NASA press conference ...
  • Mars Pathfinder Home Sagan Memorial Station Archival Additions CD Navigator New Links: 6-JUL-99 MPF Search Main Topics Archive of all Images Pathfinder Findings Science Results Rover Operations Engineering ...
  • Mars: Missions - Mars Pathfinder Mars Pathfinder used an innovative method of directly entering the Martian atmosphere, assisted by a parachute to slow its descent through the thin Martian atmosphere and a ...
  • Space Science Missions A list of Space Science missions which are unmanned. The list includes Those missions Under Study (These missions are in the study phase. They are either: near the start of development; potential development starts selected under an Announcement of Opportunity; or specifically identified as a potential future mission in the OSS Strategic Plan.), In Development (The list is organized in order of scheduled launch/completion; dates are subject to change.), Currently Operating, and Past Missions (These missions ceased operations after 1989.)
 
 
 

 

 
     
     
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