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Sol 65 and after, Digs in Neverland, Cupboard, Stone Soup, Burn Alive...
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post Aug 2 2008, 09:38 PM
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QUOTE (fredk @ Jul 31 2008, 11:46 PM) *
edit - not only did no one notice the images, but apparently we all missed Lemmon's caption:
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SSI Image of LIDAR beam..


10 commanded, but 0 received. The ones we've now seen were from a different sol smile.gif

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post Aug 2 2008, 11:04 PM
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The caption I quoted from the sol 60 page has ActID 16AA. You can find those 16AA pics (all ten) on the sol 61 page.

My guess is that that sequence was planned together with the main sol 60 images, so is described on the sol 60 page, but the images are shown on the sol 61 page, since, well, they were taken on sol 61! But of course there's a certain member out there who can verify this... wink.gif

I haven't seen the lidar beam in any of the other green filter lidar-search frames returned so far, which is interesting actually. Could it be we saw the beam in the first succesful sequence because dust levels were unusually high?
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post Aug 3 2008, 05:05 AM
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The sol 60 16AA and sol 61 16AA are indeed the same. There are a few unfortunate issues with the archiving, that are just not a high priority for fixing. One is that the plans are reported per planning sol, typically 0500 to 0500 LMST or thereabouts, while the data are reported by true sol (0000 - 2400 LTST). Another is that multiple plans can confuse things (a runout looks like ghost activities on sol 67 and others). And occasionally something really messes up the counts (like the joint sol 40/41 plan). None of these are unsolvable, they are just a pain for now.

There was early discussion of having tau on the weather graphic--but saying tau was 0.4 or 0.9 or whatever early on, or that it had settled to 0.3 or 035 lately ... that just wouldn't mean much to most people.
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post Aug 4 2008, 06:35 AM
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"That's some nice trenchin' you dun there Billy bob. Yep, sure is some nice trenchin'". smile.gif
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post Aug 4 2008, 07:12 AM
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Some new pictures on my gallery page...


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post Aug 4 2008, 09:01 AM
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Aesthetically, "Neverland" is surely the prettiest trench so far. The one to show in textbooks about Phoenix...
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post Aug 4 2008, 11:03 AM
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"Snow White" might not be very pretty (what an ungallant thing to say! laugh.gif ) but she looks great in the evening light...


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post Aug 4 2008, 08:42 PM
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On the Phoenix website, the max temperature for Sol-61 said it reached 32 degrees F smile.gif. This has got to be some sort of a mistake.
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post Aug 4 2008, 08:52 PM
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QUOTE (James Sorenson @ Aug 4 2008, 10:42 PM) *
On the Phoenix website, the max temperature for Sol-61 said it reached 32 degrees F smile.gif. This has got to be some sort of a mistake.

At least, this is consitent with ° C tongue.gif


Edit : the web site has been corrected with correct T°


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post Aug 5 2008, 02:31 PM
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Couple of new anaglyphs on my gallery site if anyone would like a look... wonderful depth to these ones... smile.gif


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post Aug 5 2008, 08:56 PM
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Yes I did have a look Stu, and they're good. Now if I could only strain just a little bit more and peek around those rocks............
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post Aug 7 2008, 02:30 PM
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A couple more anaglyphs generated from sol 70 images...

"Neverland" is coming on nicely, too...

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post Aug 7 2008, 06:34 PM
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I don't think anyone's mentioned that more of the bright ice has been uncovered in the cupboard dig.

I hope we get to see the whole workspace cleared of topsoil eventually!
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post Aug 8 2008, 01:08 AM
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QUOTE (Stu @ Aug 7 2008, 06:30 AM) *
"Neverland" is coming on nicely, too...


Beauty stuff, Stu! smile.gif

I'm still fascinated by the cohesiveness of the soil here. Everywhere else we've dug on Mars by whatever means leaves loose, crumbly sides.


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post Aug 8 2008, 06:43 AM
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Phoenix seems to be making perchlorate castles and messing about like a kid on a beach...! smile.gif

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