What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?

What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?

The mars exploration missions launched in 2003, successfully landing two rovers, spirit and opportunity on the red planet.

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The mission’s objective was to search for clues to past water activity on Mars. The mission also included three previous landers: the two Viking program landers in 1976 and Mars Pathfinder probe in 1997.

What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?

What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?
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171 responses to “What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?”

  1. We’ve been on mars for years. NASA wants to dumb you down thinking otherwise. That’s what’s NASA is for. The real space program is black projects and run by elites. Keep drinking koolaid. When we blow ourselves up here…they will have a back up plan in motion. That’s what being a billionaire gets you. GOOGLE Solarwarden

  2. Maybe this proves there’s heavy rain showers on Mars? Rain saves me money because it gives me a free car wash that looks like a professional job, especially when it’s raining and I get out on the freeway, and I can see moving air stripping off the dirt.

  3. How can you compare the two images ???? Ones filtered and ones not! Look at the background! Fair enough if they were same background but this is clearly the way it’s color has been enhanced fucking idiots

  4. Nasa dusts them off, because they never leave earth. Only an idiot who knows absolutely nothing about the formation of Nasa would believe we are really on mars or filming Saturn and pluto. Right….

  5. Its the shade of color you use on your camera. Nobody is cleaning nothing. I can use black and white pictures or color pictures.
    Not fooling me.
    Look at the two pictures again and see the two different shades ? No dirt.

  6. Mar’s atmosphere is 1% of Earth’s There is no way an atmosphere that thin can support the dust in Mar’s atmosphere that’s been observed during it’s dust storms. Electric Universe theory proposes that it is electricity that lifts the charged particles of dust high above the planet’s surface. Dust devils have been observed by the Mars Explorer, sparking where the funnels contact the surface, and leaving blackened trails. Those same electrical forces are probably what lifts the Martian dust off the rover. Because the remaining mobile rover is able to move, it generates it’s own charge, which probably contributes to the cleaning phenomenon.

  7. Couldn’t be wind could it I mean that would be ridiculously amazing if actual wind, took dust off an object, think of the possibilities back here on earth! You could in theory put some wind compress it in something I don’t know like a metal cylinder or something, we could add a hose and nozzle to it and clean stuff, amazing

  8. Strong winds?
    It doesn’t rain in mars people. Mars doesn’t have an atmosphere that can retain liquid and it doesn’t have water. The poles that look like frozen water are in deed frozen but its co2 not h2o.

  9. NASA workers are cleaning it, passing off places in Greenland and deserts in South America as Mars is not hard to do, and telling the indoctrinated it is Mars is not hard to do either…”man only deceives man”…

  10. Mmmm. Nop..
    The Mars dust is very sticky . so cant be cleaned with wind. And rain will make mud. Heavy mud. So must be somebody with hands or kinda hands to clean that parts.

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