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Mars Exploration Rover 1
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Mars Exploration Rover 1

Engineers for NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Mission are completing assembly and testing for the twin robotic geologists at JPL. This week the twin rovers are sharing floor space in JPL's Spacecraft Assembly Facility for the last time before they are shipped to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

This image shows Mars Exploration Rover 1, fully assembled. The rovers will be launched separately in May and June.

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