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Along the base of Vera Rubin Ridge, (Sites 64-65, Sols 1726-1812, Jun 14-Sep 11 2017)
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post Sep 8 2017, 06:46 PM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 1809.

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post Sep 8 2017, 11:33 PM
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A circular view of Jan's panorama, showing us making progress up the slope.

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post Sep 9 2017, 12:32 AM
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deja vu of the Home Plate ascent? such a nice view sol1809 stitch anaglyph/xeye for hecks..
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post Sep 9 2017, 12:40 AM
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Allllllmost there. Surely they'll stop at a good viewpoint to take some nice images before the ridge hides the Gale floor from view. I've been poking my friends on the mission to see if they'll get a self-portrait up here -- it's been a year since the last one. Nobody ever commits to actions in the future, of course, so nobody will commit, but I'm hoping.


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post Sep 9 2017, 07:28 AM
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Enjoyed the anaglyph (atomoid) and fingers crossed for that selfie Emily is wishing for, but right now I'd settle for the weekend plan before Monday.
Meanwhile: here's Curiosity's Sol 1809 (post-drive) L-MastCam Workspace, assembled in MS ICE without additional processing (raw)
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post Sep 9 2017, 12:50 PM
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1809 L-MastCam, drive direction mosaic, assembled in MS ICE, without additional processing (raw)
Looks like there are plenty of interesting targets ahead, but with no weekend mission update/plan, I'd guess there will be no more driving until early next week.
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post Sep 10 2017, 11:05 PM
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Nice (banded?) sedimentary bedrock seen in this pair of focus merged MAHLI's from sol 1811. Stitched in MS ICE, then rotated to roughly align with the view in the 1809 workspace mosaic. I've identified the location on a reduced version of the L-MastCam mosaic.
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After the drive on sol 1812 seemed like a good spot to split the threads; here's the new thread for the top of Vera Rubin Ridge.


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post Sep 11 2017, 09:03 PM
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The Navcam L view on Sol 1812.

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post Sep 11 2017, 09:54 PM
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What a great view we have here - and the crater rim is clearer than it has been for a long time. This is Jan's panorama in a circular version. We are still very close to the edge of the slope, moving almost parallel to the edge on sol 1812.

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L-MastCam mosaic acquired before the drive to the top of the ridge on sol 1812 (MS ICE-sharpened)
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post Oct 20 2017, 02:58 PM
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Here is a portrait of Mount Sharp from Sol 1785...



and a 4k wallpaper...



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Sol 1785 landscape...



4k wallpaper...



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