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Nasa marks Mars rover, Opportunity's 10 year mission

24 January 2014 Last updated at 09:43 GMT

Ten years ago on 24 January 2004, the Mars rover Opportunity touched down on the Red Planet. Despite the initial mission being planned for just 92 days the plucky little robot is still going strong, trundling around the surface of Mars collecting scientific data and taking photographs to send back to earth.

In her review of websites and apps, Click's Kate Russell looks at Nasa's Mars rover projects, the social network, Path, and some six-second magic tricks.

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