Occasionally a lander or rover (manned or unmanned) will land close enough to a previous mission to enable examination or photographs of the previous mission to be taken by the new mission. What are some examples of this?
- May be the moon, Mars, or any other body except Earth.
- Both missions must be on the surface of the body (i.e. orbital photography doesn't count).
- Must be two different missions (e.g. a rover taking a picture of its own lander doesn't count).
- This is a follow-up to Have there been long-term observations of the effects of lunar exposure to equipment?.
- I already know of Apollo 12 examining, photographing, and returning parts of Surveyor 3, so that answer is taken.
- I would appreciate refinements to this question's tags.