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10 years of Opportunity: Celebrating the Rover’s Role on Mars and Earth

In Victoria Crater, Mars

The view from within Victoria Crater. Craters expose rocks, like the ones in the foreground and the ridges in the distance, which allowed researchers to get a clearer picture of Mars's history.

Credit: NASA

On January 25, 2004, a strange object fell out of the sky on a distant planet—and when it hit the surface, it started to bounce.

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