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May 26, 2009

Somebody has been regularly cleaning the Mars rover Opportunity's !!

Somebody has been regularly cleaning the Mars rover Opportunity's !!


Something (or somebody??) has been regularly cleaning the Mars rover Opportunity's solar panels during the night, enabling the device to continue to work much better and longer.

NASA rover team leader Jim Erickson has said that the unexplained cleaning events have kept Opportunity's solar panels operating close to their maximum daily output of 900 watt-hours. Due to a previous accumulation of Martian dust, which is heavy and dense, output had dropped to 500 watt-hours per day.

The output of Mars Spirit's solar panels, which are not getting cleaned, have dropped to 400 watt-hours per day.

NASA has no explanation for the cleaning till this day ...
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8 comments:

  1. Wow...I wish they'd teleport to my place and scrub clean my bathroom tiles, etc.

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  2. dude, this is from 2004...

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  3. wow ........dis is amazing

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  4. I heard it was simply wind gusts

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  5. it could have been the solar wind wich could have been stronger that night

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  6. I'd like nothing more than to say its an alien life form ingesting the damp martain soil every night! But I think that we have witnessed the amazing environmental conditions on Mars at work, and the fact that it gets a very small amount of moisture in the air at certain times over night, or the massive tempriture drops freeze and solidify the dust. thsi combined with just the right amount of wind blows the panels clean but dosen't kick up dust below the probe, thus having a cleaning effect!
    Of course photographic evidence would be helpful.
    Then of course their could be earthquake possibilities, and the dust was vibrated off over night! All just ideas of course.

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  7. Depending on how much time you have in a day, I have two fall cleaning schedules for you: 1 Week of Fall Cleaning, or 30 Days of Fall Cleaning.Clayton J. Jones

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