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Curiosity Crashed, but it’s Working Fine Again. NASA Won’t Have to Send Astronauts to Turn it off and Back on Again.

2 Mar 2019, 23:22 UTC
Curiosity Crashed, but it’s Working Fine Again. NASA Won’t Have to Send Astronauts to Turn it off and Back on Again.
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By Matt Williams

A few weeks after Curiosity suffered a glitch that put it in safe mode, the rover is once again operating normally.
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