Starfield: How do I find the Mars Opportunity Rover snow globe?
Among the various commemorative snow globes in Starfield, the Mars Opportunity Rover stands as one of the most elegant to behold. It also represents s...
Among the various commemorative snow globes in Starfield, the Mars Opportunity Rover stands as one of the most elegant to behold. It also represents something significant in our own history of space exploration. This is the kind of refinement that Bethesda bestows upon Starfield, allowing it to function not only as a game but also as an occasional glimpse into the past with great efficacy.
The planetary position of the Mars Opportunity snow globe may not surprise you, but the means by which you obtain the coordinates for it could very well do so.
From Earth To Mars
You will not be able to obtain the coordinates for the Mars Opportunity Rover until you can visit a specific location on Earth. In fact, it may sound counterintuitive that you have to wait until a later stage of the game to visit a place in order to find something on a planet that you can explore early on. However, there is a reasonable explanation for this.
The main storyline will eventually lead you to the NASA launch tower. When the game prompts you to gather energy, you will pass through an office with the NASA snow globe. Bam, one task completed. However, you will need to figure out where the Mars Opportunity Rover landed by utilizing the information available here at NASA. See? Naturally, NASA would have the details!
To get that done, look for the MER program exhibit and make sure to interact with the stand next to the rover model. This will provide you with the necessary information to return to Mars. Land at the newly accessible location, admire the sight of the Mars Opportunity Rover, and take the snow globe from the top when you're ready. Just don't sell it!