Mission scientists have been trying to rouse the rover since dust storms subsided in October, but have been unsuccessful so far. Previous reporting indicated that few options were left for Opportunity. Winter is coming on Mars, and the low temperatures could permanently damage the rover if it can’t power itself back up. This week NASA tried once again to communicate with Opportunity, and will be reporting their findings this afternoon
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will be present, as well as the heads of NASA’s planetary science and of Opportunity’s rover program. NASA will stream the briefing on NASA Television, the NASA website or you can watch below on YouTube.