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Opportunity on Mars

Opportunity on Mars

(2:40) NASA's Opportunity rover celebrates its 8th anniversary on Mars just before Martian winter sets in. It was expected to survive only six months.

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Guest: WhatEnglishSpaceProgram? (2175 days ago)
Another example of stupid Americans, eh Brits?
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Another example of stupid Americans, eh Brits?
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Guest: Americans-rip-off-again. (2175 days ago)
Latest comment: A space programme created by using Nazi German technology and scientists. Stupid americans claiming the credit again.
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Latest comment: A space programme created by using Nazi German technology and scientists. Stupid americans claiming the credit again.
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Guest: Dr. OfNothing (2175 days ago)
Reliability of a Mars Rover = A+. Reliability of a Ford Escort (manufactured in Mexico, btw) = C-
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Reliability of a Mars Rover = A+. Reliability of a Ford Escort (manufactured in Mexico, btw) = C-
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