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2001 Mars Odyssey
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Where is the Mars Odyssey Now?

2001 Mars Odyssey is part of NASA's Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the red planet. The opportunity to go to Mars comes around every 26 months, when the alignment of Earth and Mars in their orbits around the sun allows spacecraft to travel between the two planets with the least amount of energy.

Follow Mars Odyssey through these simulated views, which are updated daily.
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Images generated by the Eyes on the Solar System

Key Dates

Launch: April 7, 2001

Arrival: October 24, 2001

End of Mission: Ongoing




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