It seems that the Marsteoir dust, Opportunities, is the veteran Mars rover. The robotic medium-sized golf vehicle has recently contacted the Earth eight months ago, but it fell after it was captured in a global dust storm.
The rover came into the red planet in January 2004 shortly after each other, called a spirit. The second got stuck in soil in 2009, and it was announced dead in 201
In contrast, Opportunity continues through the surface of Mars and data will be returned to the Earth, acting as a type remote geologist For 15 years he spent on Mars, Opportunities have been up to 45km o'clock – despite being designed to travel 1,006 meters and has only 90 consecutive days.
Lack of important discoveries have been made, including parts of Mars covered by water, and may have been a pleasant environment, and that the first planet was found on another planet, the rover also back-to-back images, including accepting "devil dust" as a "martial" surface of the planet and panoramic shots that gave amazing views on Martian skin.
The last attempt to communicate on Tuesday night, apparently, was emotional. Tweeta Harrison, a planetary scientist who worked on the mission: "There were tears. There were hugs there. There were memories and laughter sharing."
Mike Seibert, who was part of the team, gave tribute to the rover, known as " Oppy ", saying" Goodbye safe "and noting that the rover is still the longest lasting surface mission.
It is hoped that Nasa will officially declare the mission during a press conference on Wednesday at 7pm GMT.