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Interactive Mars Landing Sites.

Mars Rovers Landing is a short online game, to send 8 rovers to designated locations on Mars. Astronomy learning exercise to study the locations of robotic rovers that have rolled over the planet Mars. Fun educational game, suitable for online lessons, interactive classes and exciting homework.

This fun astronomy game include the the following Mars rovers:
  • Viking 1
  • Viking 2
  • Pathfinder
  • Spirit
  • Opportunity
  • Phoenix
  • Curiosity
  • InSight
Mars Rovers Landing

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How to play Mars Rovers Landing.

You have 8 boxed Mars rovers under your control. Send them to designated locations on Mars surface and explore interesting data about their missions.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know 3 Mars rovers and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Very Easy.

Mars Rovers Landing Gameplay

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Class subject: Mars Rovers and Landing Sites.

These landers have provided invaluable data about Mars' surface, atmosphere, geology, and potential for past or present life:
  • 1. Viking 1
    Location: Chryse Planitia (22.48° N, 49.97° W)
    Mission: First successful Mars lander; conducted experiments to search for signs of life, analyzed soil, and took photos.
    Landing Date: July 20, 1976
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact November 1982.
  • 2. Viking 2
    Location: Utopia Planitia (47.97° N, 225.74° W)
    Mission: Similar to Viking 1; conducted biological experiments and studied the Martian surface and atmosphere.
    Landing Date: September 3, 1976
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact April 1980.
  • 3. Pathfinder (Sojourner Rover)
    Location: Ares Vallis (19.33° N, 33.55° W)
    Mission: Demonstrated new technologies for Mars exploration and analyzed rocks and soil with the Sojourner rover.
    Landing Date: July 4, 1997
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact September 1997.
  • 4. Spirit (MER-A)
    Location: Gusev Crater (14.57° S, 175.48° E)
    Mission: Explored geology and searched for past water activity. Operated far beyond its expected lifespan.
    Landing Date: January 4, 2004
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact March 2010.
  • 5. Opportunity (MER-B)
    Location: Meridiani Planum (1.95° S, 354.47° E)
    Mission: Explored the geology and searched for signs of past water. Achieved numerous discoveries and records for longevity.
    Landing Date: January 25, 2004
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact June 2018.
  • 6. Phoenix
    Location: Vastitas Borealis (68.22° N, 125.7° W)
    Mission: Studied Martian ice, soil, and atmosphere at the north polar region. Confirmed the presence of water-ice beneath the surface.
    Landing Date: May 25, 2008
    Operational Status (2024): No, last contact November 2008.
  • 7. Curiosity (MSL)
    Location: Gale Crater (4.59° S, 137.44° E)
    Mission: Analyzing Martian climate and geology, assessing whether the region ever offered conditions favorable for microbial life, and preparing for human exploration.
    Landing Date: August 6, 2012
    Operational Status (2024): Yes.
  • 8. InSight
    Location: Elysium Planitia (4.5° N, 135.9° E)
    Mission: Studying the interior structure and seismic activity of Mars to understand the planet's formation and evolution.
    Landing Date: November 26, 2018
    Operational Status (2024): No, mission officially ended December 2022.
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