Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech
In addition to two weeks of scientific operations, NASA's Mars Enthusiast made his longest journey since an anomaly two months ago and increased his total audiometry to 20 kilometers.
The rover is now in the Orcadie Lake of the Red Planet, a place where NASA had previously tried to enter the gray rock.
NASA tried to get rock samples using the Curiosity exercise in these regions. However, the mobile vehicle has not penetrated sufficiently to produce sufficient samples.
On Tuesday, Curiosity made a 60-foot journey to this old site.
With this last drive, the task of no worries is back in business, NASA said in a statement that the next drilling event will take place later this week.
"At this point, we're confident we'll be back in full operations, but it's too early to say how early it is." Said.
NASA's engineers working in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California have ordered the navigator to move to the second computer, called the Side-A computer.
NASA will enable the key engineer to make a detailed diagnosis of a technical issue that prevents the rover's active computer (Side B) from hiding sciatica and some important engineering data since September 15th.
"Today we work on A, but it may take some time before we can fully understand the root cause of the problem and to develop workarounds for the B-Side memory.
Computer swap will allow data and event records to be stored on the Side-A computer.
; Last week we checked the A & tak and prepared it for barter, A said Lee.
Side If we really need it, it is absolutely possible to carry out the task on the Side-A computer. But our plan is to move to B side as soon as we can solve the problem to use larger memory sizes. Bizim