A massive dust storm rolled through China's northwestern province of Gansu on Sunday, enveloping office blocks and apartment buildings. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
NASA Declares Mars Rover Dead It explored the red planet for almost 15 years, but the rover known as Opportunity is no more. In June 2018, the vehicle was blanketed by a dust storm,
leaving its solar..
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According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, NASA's rover designed to traverse the surface of Mars stopped communicating with Earth after 15 long years of service. Engineers reportedly lost contact..
According to Mother Nature Network, NASA officially declared the end of rover's mission on Mars.
NASA last heard from the Opportunity rover on June 10th, 2018, when a massive dust storm was encircling..
A severe dust storm swept through outback New South Wales, Australia on February 12. This video was among dozens of similar clips posted to social media by residents of Canberra and other regional New..
A severe dust storm swept through outback New South Wales, Australia on February 12.This video was among dozens of similar clips posted to social media by residents of Canberra and other regional New..
A dust storm swept through parts of New South Wales including Barellan on Tuesday, January 8. Skies turned deep red, as seen in this video recorded by Sally Lees. According to ABC quoting the Bureau of..
A dust storm hit the town of New South Wales, Australia, on Tuesday, turning the sky a dark red and causing power outages for 5000 homes. Sally Lees filmed from her family farm in the town of Barellan.
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A dust storm caused organizers to warn visitors to the annual Culture and Heritage Festival in al-Janadriyyah, Saudi Arabia, to seek shelter, local media reported. The General Authority for Meteorology..
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity has been knocked out by a dust storm but officials are hopeful the rover will survive the storm on the red planet. SBS - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age •Brisbane Times