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The Top of Vera Rubin Ridge Part 2, Site 67-, sol 1944-, 24 Jan 2018-
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post Jan 20 2019, 11:18 AM
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RMI telephoto mosaic of nice layering in one of the distant sulfate rich buttes, images from sol 2295.
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post Jan 22 2019, 05:24 AM
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Wheel check bump during 2296, MP shows it as SW ~1.2 meters.
This time from a new camera position!
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post Jan 22 2019, 12:11 PM
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~50 minute drive on sol 2297, unsure of the direction, but this partial pan from the 6 available L-NavCam frames may help narrow down the location. Roughly assembled in MS ICE, no additional image processing.
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A long-distance RMI mosaic from sol 2298, roughly stitched together in MS ICE, no additional processing.
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We're starting to get a stunning view of the south edge of VRR:
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post Yesterday, 04:43 PM
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Sol 2297 ChemCam. Some little rocks got displaced by the laser? Or the result of drilling?

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Just the laser. As if you can say 'just the laser' about firing a laser on Mars.

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post Yesterday, 08:59 PM
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Here is my take on two cropped versions on the fantastic MastCam Right panorama of sol 2287.
Indeed Sean, it was tricky to stitch together pictures of Mount Sharp! Pictures are all homogeneous with really few details.
I'm now working on the whole panorama with an extended sky.

And there are nice RMI telephoto to colorize with MastCam... So many interesting photo processing to do!





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post Yesterday, 11:06 PM
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Great works, keep them coming!
as fredk noted above, the south end of VRR is coming into view and it seems to be smoothing out a bit, made me think of the view into Endeavor just before going down into Perseverance..
fascinating looking at all the super-fine layering these sols..
here's an attempted stereo of sol2298 stitch anaglyph and crosseye
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My takes on the recent RMI mosaics:

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Reminiscent of parts of the interior of Endurance and Victoria Craters at Meridiani
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