Nasa’s Mars Exploration Rover, Spirit, has been stuck in soft soil on Mars since May last year. After failing to free it in the months since, NASA has now designated the once-roving scientific explorer “a stationary science platform”. Below the fold JPL news celebrates 6 years of roving by the “little rover who could”. But first, here’s a short compilation of the sights they’ve seen.
Here’s the longer version with contributions from the scientists involved. From JPL news
Meanwhile, the second Mars rover, Opportunity, continues to traverse the Martian surface.