NASA's Navigation Road is busy making a new
discoveries on Mars. Since then, Rover has been climbing Mount Sharpe
And he recently reached a clay region that can offer new clues to
the potential of the ancient Martian environment to sustain life.
during the start, interrupted the planned activities and triggered a protective action
safe mode. The Corver was removed from this regime on Tuesday, February 19,
otherwise they function normally after they have successfully loaded more than 30 times
without further questions.
On the weekend, curiosity sent and
getting technical data, communicating with the team to help them establish exactly
the cause of the problem.
"We are not yet sure about the exact cause and are
collect relevant analysis data, "said Stephen Lee, Curiosity's
Deputy Project Manager at NASA's Reactive Movement Laboratory in Pasadena,
California. JPL leads the mission of curiosity. ̵
one time computer reset, but since then it worked normally, which is good
"he added. – We are currently working to take a picture
a memory to better understand what would happen. "
operations will remain on hold until the problem is better understood.
"In the short term, we limit the commands to
"We do not want
destroy all evidence of what may have caused the recovery of the computer. Like
As a result, we expect research operations to be discontinued for a short period of time
Curiosity is one of NASA's two spacecrafts that are actively studying
the Martian surface. InSight, a stationary collector, reached the planet in November.
26; The opportunity, which has been going on for more than 14 years, has completed its mission.
Curiosity studies a region called Glen
Torridon "- where ornate minerals can be seen from orbit.
which are formed in water, are of particular interest to the scientific team of the Rover.
The router is designed specifically to study ancient environments that could
have sustained life, and water plays a key role in determining this.
While engineers are turning to computer restoration,
the research team will continue to study the images and other data they have been
collected by Glen Torridon. A potential workout location has been observed accurately
200 meters away.
"The research team is ready to break through our first test
from this charming place, "said Ashwin Vasavadas of JPL
scientist. "We do not yet understand how this area fits in. T
the overall story of Mount Sharp, so our last images give us the opportunity to think a lot
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Reactive Movement Laboratory, Pasadena, California