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News24.com | WATCH: NASA declares Mars rover dead after 15 years on red planetNasa's longest-running rover on Mars has been pronounced dead, 15 years after it landed on the planet.
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News video: Ferocious Dust Storm Dooms Mars Rover 'Opportunity' After 15 Years On Red Planet

Ferocious Dust Storm Dooms Mars Rover 'Opportunity' After 15 Years On Red Planet 01:19

NASA's Opportunity, the Mars rover built to operate for just three months but kept rolling across the rocky red soil for 15 years, was pronounced dead Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.

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