Abby Fraeman

deputy project scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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NASA has said goodbye to the beloved Opportunity rover. On this Valentine’s day, we pay tribute to it since it was pretty much the perfect partner: reliable, committed, communicative.

Saying goodbye to Opportunity, the Mars rover

NASA has said goodbye to the beloved Opportunity rover. On this Valentine’s day, we pay tribute to it since it was pretty much the perfect partner: reliable, committed, communicative.

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