Opportunity takes up post on Mars

After the second Mars rover, Opportunity, bounced down on the Red Planet surface late Saturday, it began sending back images of its surroundings, including an outcropping that scientists think might be their first view of Martian bedrock. Opportunity's twin, Spirit, which had gone silent last week, was considered in guarded condition after it responded to engineering commands.

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