The Rover does not respond for four months.
Opportunity explores Mars since 2004. The last time he was out on bond on June 10, and after that the Red planet was covered with a global sandstorm that cut off the Rover from energy sources. Despite the fact that the transparency of the atmosphere in the region of the Rover increased, he never got in touch with the team mission.
“We intend to continue to call the Opportunity on a daily basis for at least a week or two,” said the Director of the planetary branch of the NASA headquarters Lori glaze. She stressed that the driving force to end the campaign on communication with Mars Rover, is preparing to landing on Mars mission, InSight, which is scheduled for November 26.
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