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Most recent Opportunity pancam image
MikeH
post Nov 30 2018, 09:25 PM
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Hi -

The most recent (I won't say last!) photo from the Opportunity pancam is this:

https://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/p/5...CP2682L8M1.HTML

Does anyone on this forum know: was this image cut off partway through transmission? And does the top part of it show the noise from the dust storm?

I would ask NASA, but I couldn't find any email address on the MER page.

If my guess is correct, it makes it fairly poignant, I think.

Thanks!


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post Dec 1 2018, 12:44 AM
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Thanks very much for the responses. I got into the habit of checking the raw images page every week or so and it was interesting and thrilling to track the progress, so being stuck on that last one has been frustrating, let's say. Here's hoping the next one is of a fresh-looking sanddune smile.gif
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