The Mars Exploration Rover Spirit landed on Mars in 2012.
It is the first rover to land on the red planet and is now orbiting the Red Planet for the first time since 1986.
The rover has been working on the surface of Mars since 2006.
It was originally called Spirit and is currently known as Spirit and its sister rover Spirit and Opportunity.
Spirit is also the first robot to land in the Martian atmosphere.
It landed on the Red planet on July 2, 2018.
The lander’s landing was part of the NASA Exploration Program that started in 2015 and was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Spirit’s main objective is to determine if Mars ever had life as we know it.
Spirit was designed to return samples to Earth and study its environment, and also to examine the environment itself.
Spirit and the Mars 2020 rover were designed by NASA engineers.
NASA is also partnering with the European Space Agency and China in a joint mission to study the environment of Mars.
The mission is scheduled to launch in 2021 and the rover will return to Earth in 2020.
The two rovers are equipped with cameras that will study the landscape, surface, and atmospheric composition, as well as chemical signatures.
Spirit’s mission is funded by a NASA contract and will include the following activities: studying the terrain of the Red and Gale Crater areas, which are both rocky regions of the Martian surface.