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Crossing the Dunes at Murray Buttes, Sites 54-62, Sols 1353-1659, May 28 2016-Apr 6 2017
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post Mar 12 2017, 07:28 PM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 1632.

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post Mar 12 2017, 08:49 PM
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Very nice, Jan. Here is a circular version to show our location among the sandy patches.

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post Mar 12 2017, 11:02 PM
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QUOTE (Ant103 @ Mar 12 2017, 11:58 AM) *
I couldn't wait to debayer and stitch the Sol 1601 Mastcam34 pan

Stunning. Can I ask what you're using to deBayer these days? I can hardly see any artifacts!
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post Mar 13 2017, 07:37 AM
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More mud cracks?

3 frame MAHLI mosaic sol 1635 (using the focus merged images). Assembled in MS ICE and sharpened. 30 mm Scale bars on the 4 sides, the small units are 1mm, thanks to Gerald for the MAHLI Ruler.


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Edit : Could not stitch the remainder together with MS ICE, but may help to establish the position until a proper pano can be produced by Damia or Jan. (PS: Love the Postcard Damia)
Midnight planets reports Curiosity moved approximately 26.8m SW (-139º) on Sol 1635
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post Mar 13 2017, 02:07 PM
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Paul's half-panorama gives me this position:

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I will post a proper map in the map thread later today.

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post Mar 13 2017, 03:56 PM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 1635.

Jan van Driel

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post Mar 14 2017, 12:54 AM
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Jan's panorama in circular form. Somewhere near here will be the next stop and sand analysis.

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post Mar 14 2017, 04:01 AM
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1634: 4x3 R-MastCam mosaic of 'Rocky Mountain' using MS ICE and 'AlgorimancerPG' for the scale bar. (sharpened). the inset is a crop from a NavCam frame to provide a little context.


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post Mar 14 2017, 07:21 AM
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1636: short bump to 'Stop 3', quick and dirty L-NavCam 360 pano in MS ICE after the drive of approximately 4.4m WSW (-102º) on Sol 1636 Midnight Planets LINK
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My view of the Sol 1636 Navcam L panorama.

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1636 L-MastCam of the rover's workspace at 'Stop 3', assembled in MS ICE, scale bar added, small NavCam inset showing the arm at work.

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Mission Update from Ryan Anderson: Sol 1638: Busy Day for MAHLI:
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Yesterday’s short drive was successful, so we started today with the rover parked at stop #3 of the dune campaign and the rover’s arm up in the “ready out” position. The Sol 1637 plan starts out with a couple of Mastcam atmospheric observations, followed by ChemCam analysis of two targets on a nearby sand ripple. The target “Spragueville” is in the ripple trough and “Ripogenus” is on the ripple crest. Mastcam will document both targets, and will take a couple of small mosaics of the sand ripples that are visible from our new location. Mastcam also will document the ChemCam AEGIS target from sol 1636, and collect some multispectral images of an area where the rover’s wheel disturbed the sand, called “Hildreths.”
In the afternoon, MAHLI will take pictures of the targets “Ripogenus”, “Spragueville”, and the small ripple crest “Shin Brook.” APXS will then analyze “Spragueville” and “Ripogenus”. Throughout the day, Mastcam will also periodically be taking images of the target “Holmes Hole” to watch for any changes.


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Mission Update by Ryan Anderson: Sol 1639: Onward to Ogunquit Beach:
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Planning was challenging this morning because of some network issues at JPL, but the team figured out how to work around the problem and still managed to put together a good plan! We’ve been at Stop 3 of the dune campaign (now known as “Southern Cove”) for a couple of sols, so in today’s plan it’s time to move on.
On Sol 1639 the rover will begin by retracting the arm and doing some drill diagnostics before taking MAHLI images of the targets “Greenvale Cove” and “Holmes Hole”. After that, we have a remote sensing science block with a Navcam movie to watch for clouds above the crater rim, followed by a Mastcam change detection observation of “Holmes Hole” and a ChemCam observation of the disturbed sand at “Greenvale Cove”. Mastcam will also document “Greenvale Cove”. After the remote sensing is done, Curiosity will drive toward Stop 4 (“Ogunquit Beach”) and collect some post-drive images.

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Midnight Planets: Curiosity moved approximately 29.7m SE (129º) on Sol 1639
Partial L-NavCam 'quick and dirty' pano, using all 6 available frames in MS ICE
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I was just waiting that all the pictures were downlinked, and it's done smile.gif

Sol 1601 Mastcam34 complete. For me, one of the most beautiful place ever visited.



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QUOTE (Ant103 @ Mar 17 2017, 04:55 PM) *
I was just waiting that all the pictures were downlinked, and it's done smile.gif

Sol 1601 Mastcam34 complete. For me, one of the most beautiful place ever visited.

la mer, qu'on voit danser... Thank you Damia


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