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Scott Lever, Mission manager Mike Seibert, Mission manager Al Herrera, Mission manager
Scott Lever Mike Seibert Al Herrera
P R E V I O U S    M I S S I O N    M A N A G E R S
Matt Keuneke, Mission Manager Cindy Oda, Mission Manager Rich Morris, Mission Manager Bill Nelson, Mission manager
Matt Keuneke Cindy Oda Richard Morris Bill Nelson
Byron Jones, Mission Manager Mark Adler, Mission Manager Leo Bister, Mission manager Beth Dewell, Mission Manager
Byron Jones Mark Adler Leo Bister Beth Dewell
Emily Eelkema, Mission Manager Jeff Favretto, Mission Manager Soina Ghandchi, Mission Manager Andy Mishkin, Mission Manager
Emily Eelkema Jeff Favretto Saina Ghandchi Andy Mishkin
Art Thompson, Mission Manager Rick Welch, Mission Manager Colette Lohr, Mission Manager Dan Gaines, Mission Manager
Art Thompson Rick Welch Colette Lohr Dan Gaines

Spirit 2004 |  2005 |  2006 |  2007 |  2008 |  2009 |  2010 |  2011
sol 1763-1775 30-December-2008 Spirit Alters Course, Begins Driving Downhill
sol 1737-1762 17-December-2008 Conjunction's Over, Let's Start Driving!
sol 1730-1736 20-November-2008 Serious but Stable
sol 1723-1729 13-November-2008 On a Dusty Planet, Spirit Perseveres
sol 1716-1722 06-November-2008 Still Trying to Drive Uphill
sol 1709-1715 29-October-2008 Spirit Begins Driving Uphill
sol 1702-1708 22-October-2008 Mars Rover Gets Ready to Move
sol 1695-1701 15-October-2008 Getting Ready to Make the Next Move
sol 1690-1694 08-October-2008 Spirit's Memory Is Getting Full
sol 1685-1689 03-October-2008 Spirit and Earth Stick Together
sol 1678-1684 27-September-2008 Spirit Upgrades Calling Plan
sol 1669-1677 20-September-2008 Warming Up on Mars
sol 1663-1668 11-September-2008 Light Duty for Now
sol 1657-1662 05-September-2008 Spirit Continues Work on Winter Panorama
sol 1651-1656 30-August-2008 Spirit Still Biding Time -- and Checking the Clock
sol 1643-1650 24-August-2008 Spirit Still Biding Time
sol 1635-1642 15-August-2008 Spirit Standing By
sol 1628-1634 07-August-2008 Waiting Out the Winter
sol 1621-1627 31-July-2008 With Batteries Charged, Spirit is Ready for More Science
sol 1615-1620 24-July-2008 Time to Recharge the Batteries
sol 1608-1614 18-July-2008 A Juggling Act
sol 1601-1607 10-July-2008 Solar Energy Evens Out
sol 1594-1600 03-July-2008 Biding Time
sol 1587-1594 27-June-2008 Here Comes the Sun
sol 1580-1586 19-June-2008 Battery Power on the Rise
sol 1574-1579 12-June-2008 New Tricks for an Old Rover
sol 1567-1573 05-June-2008 Not Quite Hibernation
sol 1559-1566 29-May-2008 Energy Levels Reach Record Low
sol 1552-1558 21-May-2008 Some Data Fly First Class, Others Fly Coach and Standby
sol 1546-1551 14-May-2008 Rover Hindered by Moon over Madrid
sol 1532-1538 30-Apr-2008 "Catch-22":  Staying Awake vs. Going to Sleep
sol 1525-1531 23-Apr-2008 Rover "Spirit" High Despite Low Power Levels
sol 1517-1524 16-Apr-2008 Spirit Still "Sitting Pretty" for This Time of Year
sol 1511-1516 08-Apr-2008 Clear Skies at "Home Plate"
sol 1504-1510 02-Apr-2008 Spirit Advances Toward Midwinter
sol 1498-1503 26-Mar-2008 Spirit Sees Clearest Skies Since Landing on Mars!
sol 1491-1497 19-Mar-2008 Spirit Phones Home to Set Clock
sol 1484-1490 12-Mar-2008 Spirit Begins Preparing for "Hibernation" Mode
sol 1478-1483 05-Mar-2008 Work Continues on 360-Degree View of Spirit's Winter Perch
sol 1471-1477 28-Feb-2008 Sturdy Rover Gets No Penalty for Tilting
sol 1464-1470 21-Feb-2008 Tenacious Rover Just Might Make It
sol 1457-1463 13-Feb-2008 Spirit Inches Downward
sol 1450-1456 06-Feb-2008 Dust on Spirit's Solar Panels Increases as Dust in the Atmosphere Decreases
sol 1445-1449 30-Jan-2008 Spirit Takes Steps to Conserve Energy During Martian Winter
sol 1437-1444 25-Jan-2008 Atmospheric Dust Levels Decline Slightly for Spirit
sol 1430-1436 17-Jan-2008 Spirit Continues to Increase Northerly Tilt
sol 1423-1429 09-Jan-2008 Spirit Tilts Toward the Sinking Sun
sol 1416-1422 02-Jan-2008 After Four Years on Mars, Spirit Faces Toughest Test Yet
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