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Traversing the Clay-Bearing Unit Along the Base of VRR, Site 73-79, sol 2297-2695, 22 Jan 2019-3 Mar 2020
Phil Stooke
post Mar 4 2020, 01:40 AM
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Thanks, Jan. Here is a circular version of it.

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post Mar 4 2020, 09:37 AM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 2693.
The rest of the images will be added later.

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post Mar 4 2020, 10:50 PM
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So close! The final step looks easy, until you see the tilt of the horizon in the Navcam frames. Hopefully it will be easy anyway.

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post Mar 5 2020, 11:00 AM
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The complete Navcam L view on Sol 2693.

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My take on the Sol-2687 Selfie, and the Navcam movie of it. smile.gif


https://www.flickr.com/photos/43581439@N08/...813061/sizes/l/


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You’ve done a great job getting the stretched feel out of those Navcams! Bravo!

It was a lot of fun planning that movie - we’ve been thinking about it since November. It really shows how cunning the arm motion is to rotate MAHLI around is fixed space to get such a perfect stitch of the selfie.

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nice! i like the part where the little cap at the bottom of the assembly gets flipped open in the frames around this point, anyone recall what that is?
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That's the MAHLI cover closing at the end of the selfie.
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Hi everybody, there's a new thread for sols 2695 and following, with Curiosity atop the Greenheugh pediment. Congratulations to the team on the successful climb to new horizons.


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