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Phil Stooke
post Yesterday, 09:42 PM
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Sol 1793, a drive of about 22 m eastwards, well defined by the Hazcam images.

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Update to sol 1794. I think Curiosity is close to turn south and take the final climb of VRR. Perhaps next week?
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