Mars rovers' mission may continue longer than planned

03/12/2004 | MSNBC

After trekking across the Martian surface for weeks, NASA's rover Spirit has the 650-foot-wide Bonneville crater in its sights, while its sister rover, Opportunity, continued exploring for signs of bygone water. The rovers' mission originally was planned for 90 days, which is now more than halfway over, but NASA now says it may last more than 200 days.

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