Curiosity is on the move again one month after NASA switched its 'brain' to a backup computer | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Curiosity is on the move again one month after NASA switched its 'brain' to a backup computer

NASA’s Curiosity rover is back to work after switching its ‘brain’ last month to resolve a memory anomaly.

The Mars rover ventured to a site called Lake Orcadie for its latest drive, in which it traveled about 197 feet (60 meters).

It might not seem like much, but according to the team, this is the longest drive it’s accomplished since the issues arose earlier this fall, signalling that the hardy robot is back in the game.

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I guess ralph showed up with some wipeys and some new DIMMs.

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