Opportunity, Curiosity and Mars 2020 Rover Updates from a Source Involved in the Missions

    Ray Arvidson, PhD, with Washington University in St. Louis is deputy principal investigator for the Mars Exploration Rover mission. He has been part of Opportunity’s journey from the beginning and said he hopes Opportunity’s mission has not come to an end. Meantime, as a member of Curiosity’s science team, the work continues on Vera Rubin Ridge on the climb up Mount Sharp. And Arvidson played a role in the selection of the landing site for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover. NASA has chosen Jezero Crater.

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