Washington, Apr 12 ( ANI ): NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured images of a hardware from a spacecraft that the Soviet Union landed on Mars in 1971.
What does MRO stand for?
MRO stands for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
- Manchester Recorder Orchestra (Manchester, England)
- Mandal Revenue Officer (India)
- Mandatory Removal Offense (US)
- Manhattan Recorder Orchestra (New York)
- Manufacturer's Representative Organization
- Marathon Oil Corporation (stock symbol)
- Marine Reported On (US DoD)
- Market Research Online
- Market Research Organization (various locations)
- Material Related Overhead
- Material Release Order
- Materials Requisition Order
- Materiel Release Order
- Mauritanian Ouguiya (ISO currency code)
- Maximum-Random Overlap (meteorology)
- Medical Readiness Officer
- Medical Records Online (King of Prussia, PA)
- Medical Regulating Office(r)
- Medical Review Officer (test result interpretation)
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On April 4, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will enter record-only mode.
LOS ANGELES (CyHAN)- Researchers using NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter see seasonal changes on far-northern Martian sand dunes caused by warming of a winter blanket of frozen carbon dioxide.
Hydrated silicate minerals were found by the ESA's Mars Express and NASA's Mars Reconnaissance orbiters in northern lowlands of the Red Planet, a clear indication that water once flowed there, ESA said in a statement Friday ahead of the publication of a study in journal Science.
In further confirmation, a new image transmitted by a second NASA satellite, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, showed signs of severe ice damage to the lander's solar panels.
The colours come from an instrument on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter satellite looking for water: the Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars.
Scientists at Brown University in Rhode Island used an instrument aboard a US spacecraft, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, to hunt for traces of phyllosilicates, or clay-like minerals that preserve a record of water's interaction with rocks.
And it camejust days after NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter successfully entered orbit after a 310million-mile journey.