The Mars Rover Spirit FLASH anomaly

@article{Reeves2005TheMR,
  title={The Mars Rover Spirit FLASH anomaly},
  author={Gene Reeves and Tracy Neilson},
  journal={2005 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={4186-4199}
}
The Mars Exploration Rover "Spirit" suffered a debilitating anomaly that prevented communication with Earth for several anxious days. With the eyes of the world upon us, the anomaly team used each scrap of information, our knowledge of the system, and sheer determination to analyze and fix the problem, then return the vehicle to normal operation. This paper will discuss the Spirit FLASH anomaly, including the drama of the investigation, the root cause and the lessons learned from the experience 

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