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NASA has released a “patch” for Kyuriositi
NASA has released a “patch” for Kyuriositi March 12, 2013
Earlier this month, the rover Kyuriositi suffered its first technical glitch due to a failure in memory, which caused him to go to sleep . A few days later NASA announced the transfer of the rover to the secondary computer to return it to normal operation. According to the latest data, the agency updates software Kyuriositi.
NASA researchers have released two patches for Mars rover that affect the security and distribution of memory on-board computer. The patches need to be applied this week.
“The tests have given us enough information. We have managed to repair the damaged portions of memory ”
– Said deputy project manager Jim Erickson NASA (Jim Erickson).
Let us hope that all goes well and Kyuriositi continue exploration of Mars.
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