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  1. I wonder if Squad will add an easter egg for Opportunity in the next update. After all, how can we not forget that little robot who explored the Martian surface for 15 years - and when it was supposed to die after 90 days. "My battery is low and it's getting dark" (Opportunity's final words) If anyone else would like to pay respects, visit my "Opportunity Eulogy" post
  2. I would like to give this eulogy to probably the greatest feat of space travel engineering yet, Opportunity. From the moment you first made contact on the Martian surface, everyone knew you were destined for greatness. You were meant to last only 90 days, but you pressed on for 15 years. During that time, you collected a treasure trove of knowledge on the Red Planet - opening up new doors to science and engineering. Since that fateful day in 2018, we never gave up on you. May your contributions pave the way for more great feats in the future. "My battery is low and it's getting dark" (Opportunity's final words) If anyone else would like to pay respects, or have anything to say about Opportunity, don't hesitate to reply to this thread.