Jan 23, 2004 — NASA scientists are planning some serious trouble-shooting today, hoping to regain contact with the Mars rover "Spirit". It's been two days since we've heard from "Spirit", other than a quick "hello" yesterday. But when we last had significant news from Mars, the rover was contemplating a rock named "Adirondack" by NASA. The name has this region's tourism officials pumped up. But why the name "Adirondack"? Martha Foley talks with Orlando newsman Pat Duggins, who reports on NASA news regularly for NPR.