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File:Fading Rover Tracks Near Victoria Crater.jpg

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English: The tracks of the Opportunity Rover are just visible north (left) of the Victoria crater, having faded much since 2007 when the rover first drove around the crater. Image by HiRISE on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Ελληνικά: Τα σημάδια από τις ρόδες του ρόβερ Opportunity, μόλις διακρίνονται στα βόρεια (αριστερά) του κρατήρα Victoria στον Άρη, έχοντας ξεθωριάσει σημαντικά λόγω του ανέμου από το 2007 που το ρόβερ έφτασε στον κρατήρα. Εικόνα από το πείραμα HiRISE, στη διαστημοσυσκευή Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter της NASA.
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Composite of fading track views since 2007.
Location on Mars3° 18′ 00″ S, 52° 24′ 00″ W View all coordinates using: Google Mapsinfo

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