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Traversing the Clay-Bearing Unit Along the Base of VRR, Site 73-, sol 2297-, 22 Jan 2019-
Steve G
post Feb 17 2020, 03:42 PM
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Yes, without infringing on rule 1.3, its is eerily skull-like in shape.
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de-bayer 360 panorama sol 2671



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Sol 2684: A roughly assembled 10 frame RMI mosaic of the top of Western Butte. Looks like they had a second bite at this because an earlier sequence had issues with focus.
If this is typical of what the terrain the rover will encounter on top of the Greenheugh Pediment, it's going to keep the rover drivers busy smile.gif
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Sol 2684 RMI:
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The Mastcam L view on Sol 2671.

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Sol 2685 Rmastcam:
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Big news in the current status report... Curiosity will attempt to climb the slope here and get onto the pediment surface now instead of going the long way round (east, south, southwest). I thought it would not be possible but apparently it is. I'm surprised they are not worried about missing the contact between Glen Torridon and the sulphate hills, but maybe they can get back to that area later.

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In keeping with a fine tradition, we have the first instalments of a MAHLI selfie at Hutton on sol 2687.
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But you should also check out the very large set of R-NavCam thumbnails that were imaging the turret as the MAHLI images were acquired, they should make a rather sweet timelapse.
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