NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter resumed normal operations on July 24, with all instruments operating and gathering data. Over the last few days, engineers rebooted the spacecraft to clear a software error, and then performed normal procedures to restart and verify the health of all spacecraft and instrument systems. All systems are operating normally.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Status