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Atop/Around the Greenheugh Pediment, Site 79-, sol 2695-, 3 Mar 2020-
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post Jun 25 2020, 09:54 AM
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Paul,
here's the Sol 2802 Navcam L panorama.

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post Jun 25 2020, 10:16 AM
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QUOTE (jvandriel @ Jun 25 2020, 05:54 PM) *
Paul, here's the Sol 2802 Navcam L panorama. Jan

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post Jun 25 2020, 01:55 PM
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Mosaic taken by NavCam Right, with Matt Damon(s) added for scale and an anaglyph. There is a good feeling of 3D here.







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post Jun 25 2020, 03:48 PM
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QUOTE (neo56 @ Jun 25 2020, 06:55 AM) *
Mosaic taken by NavCam Right, with Matt Damon(s) added for scale and an anaglyph. There is a good feeling of 3D here.







What's unbelievable to me is these are still the "small" hills. The ones at the base of the mountain are massive in comparison.
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post Jun 25 2020, 09:18 PM
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Here is Jan's panorama in circular form. We will be heading to the right, and that's a choppy sea of rock ahead.

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post Jun 26 2020, 10:06 AM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 2804.

Jan van Driel

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post Jun 26 2020, 08:20 PM
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Thanks, Jan. This is a circular version of your panorama. Looks like we will be here for a few days for some software updates etc., giving me a chance to catch up with some Mars 2020 stuff.

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post Jun 28 2020, 08:49 AM
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A piece of panorama on sol 2804 with NavCam Right.



And the anaglyph version:



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post Yesterday, 11:05 AM
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Sol 2803 Dust Devil:
https://mars.nasa.gov/raw_images/825142/
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post Yesterday, 03:33 PM
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Nice catch. Here's a differenced/stretched/added version:
Attached File  2803_nrb_dd_diff_add.mp4 ( 1.04MB ) Number of downloads: 257

Edit: it seems with firefox you may need to save the file and then play it in a standalone player.
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post Yesterday, 06:40 PM
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Very nice! This is a set of seven difference images - one image merged with the negative (inverted gray scale) of another to show changes.

I take one image, then the next, invert one and merge it with the other. That produces a very bland image so the result is very heavily stretched in contrast. A moving feature will be a composite of a dark object and a bright one - a bit complicated, I know. In the lower row that image is laid over the original view of the scene to help locate features. This is just the last seven image pairs from the sequence.

The biggest feature is a DD blowing across Glen Torridon, but another can be seen in the distance to the middle left, behind Vera Rubin Ridge. At far left in the last few frames a more distant DD is near the Bagnold Dunes.

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post Today, 08:10 AM
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Mastcam R view on Sol 2801.

Jan van Driel

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