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Ten years after NASA landed two rovers on Mars for a 90-day mission, one is still exploring, and the project has generated hundreds of thousands of images from the planet's surface.John Grant, a planetary geologist at the museum who is part of the rover mission team, organized the exhibition, in part as a travel log with images on one side from Spirit and images from Opportunity on the other. The rovers landed in January 2004 on opposite sides of Mars and began exploring volcanic deposits and plains, as well as meteorites and impact craters, so the exhibition also focuses on the science.
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