Thanks to the work of several amateurs, Google Mars is a great tool for following the past and future peregrinations of the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. I’ve written about this before; today’s update concerns some new image layers that the Planetary Society is hosting that will allow rover fans to follow Opportunity’s journey from her present position all the way to the rim of Endeavour crater, which is about 6 kilometers away. That’s ….
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