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Radiation resistance is baked into the Perseverance Mars rover. Here’s why that’s important. – Space.com

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Think about the number of times your computer on Earth has crashed. Now imagine how challenging that would be during a rover mission on Mars
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From time to time, the Curiosity rover has gone into “safe mode”
to deal with glitches and software problems since it landed on Mars in August 2012. But each time, the mission has recovered to continue its epic climb up a Martian mountain in search of habitable environments. 
All those “lessons learned” from safe mode incidents are now embedded into the…

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