NASA says that its Curiosity rover is back up and running on Mars after a two-week hiatus from science operations thanks to a mysterious technical issue.
— Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity) February 28, 2019
The U.S. space agency reports its engineering team on the mission continues to study what caused the computer reset back on Feb. 15. Steven Lee, the rover’s deputy project manager, says that the rover experienced a “one-time computer reset but has operated normally ever since.”
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