Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Curiosity suffers short circuit

NASA is putting its Curiosity Mars rover on hold for a few days as engineers try to determine the cause and severity of a recent short circuit. The space agency says that during a recent sample-taking operation, the unmanned explorer suffered a transient short circuit that activated an automatic shutdown by the rover's computers... Continue Reading Curiosity suffers short circuit

Section: Space

Tags: Curiosity Rover, Mars, Mars Science Laboratory, NASA, Robotic, Unmanned

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