11.12.12 - The NASA Mars Odyssey orbiter has resumed duty after switching to a set of redundant equipment, including a main computer, that had not be used since before the spacecraft's 2001 launch.
11.01.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter, already the longest-working Mars spacecraft, will switch to redundant equipment next week that has not been used since before launch in 2001.
07.24.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft has successfully adjusted its orbital location to be in a better position to provide prompt confirmation of the August landing of the Curiosity rover.
07.13.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter experienced about 21 hours in a reduced-activity precautionary status ending at about 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) on Thursday, July 12.
06.27.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter has resumed its science observations and its role as a Mars rover's relay, thanks to a spare part that had been waiting 11 years to be put to use.
06.19.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter has been taken out of a protective status called safe mode.
06.14.12 - In a step toward returning NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter to full service, mission controllers have tested a spare reaction wheel on the spacecraft for potential use with two other reaction wheels in adjusting and maintaining the spacecraft's orientation.
06.08.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter put itself into precautionary standby status June 8 Universal Time, when it detected unexpected characteristics in movement of one reaction wheel.
02.29.12 - NASA's Mars Odyssey, the longest-working spacecraft ever sent to Mars, has now been sending home images for 10 years.
12.15.10 - NASA's Mars Odyssey, which launched in 2001, will break the record Wednesday for longest-serving spacecraft at the Red Planet.
12.09.10 - By the middle of next week, NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter will have worked longer at Mars than any other spacecraft in history.
10.15.10 - The new project manager for the longest-working spacecraft currently active at Mars, NASA's Mars Odyssey, has a long track record himself.
07.23.10 - A camera aboard NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft has helped develop the most accurate global Martian map ever.
07.20.10 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter put itself into a safe standby mode on Wednesday, July 14, and the mission team has begun steps designed to resume the spacecraft's science and relay operations.
06.17.10 - California middle school students using the camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter have found lava tubes with one pit that appears to be a skylight to a cave.
02.23.10 - No Signal Heard During First Day of Resumed Listening for Phoenix.
11.30.09 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter put itself into a safe standby mode on Saturday, Nov. 28, and the team operating the spacecraft has begun implementing careful steps designed to resume Odyssey's science and relay operations within about a week.
06.22.09 - NASA's long-lived Mars Odyssey spacecraft has completed an eight-month adjustment of its orbit.
03.11.09 - NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter properly followed commands today to shut down and restart, a strategy by its engineers to clear any memory flaws accumulated in more than five years since Odyssey's last reboot.
03.10.09 - The team operating NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter postponed a planned rebooting of the spacecraft this morning after seeing an unexpected rise in the temperature of a star camera that is part of the navigation system.