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read the article 'Team Returns Orbiter to Duty After Computer Swap'
April 8, 2015
The team operating NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has restored the spacecraft to full service, following last week's unplanned swap of duplicate computers on the orbiter. The mission resumed communication-relay operations on April 4 and subsequently resumed observations with all of its science instruments.
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read the article 'Rover Amnesia Event Follows Latest Memory Reformatting'
March 27, 2015

The team operating NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity learned Thursday that the long-lived rover experienced a brief amnesia event related to its flash memory, the first since a reformatting of that nonvolatile type of memory a week earlier.
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read the article 'Rover Arm Delivers Rock Powder Sample'
March 12, 2015

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover used its robotic arm Wednesday, March 11, to sieve and deliver a rock-powder sample to an onboard instrument.
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read the article 'Use of Rover Arm Expected to Resume in a Few Days'
March 6, 2015

Managers of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover mission expect to approve resumption of rover arm movements as early as next week while continuing analysis of what appears to be an intermittent short circuit in the drill.
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read the article 'Testing to Diagnose Power Event in Mars Rover'
March 3, 2015

NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is expected to remain stationary for several days for engineering analysis following an onboard fault-protection action on Feb. 27.
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