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djellison
post May 26 2004, 04:08 PM
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Hello, this is the MER Flight Director Report for May 21st, I'm Scott Doudrick. It is Sol 136 for Spirit and Sol 116 for Opportunity. Both vehicles continue to be healthy and to operate nominally

On Spirit we completed a trench on Sol 135 and are currently planning to do IDD work on that trench. In the meantime we're going a large number of Pancam panoramas and Mini Tes imaging

For Opportunity we have reach Pan Point 2 and have begun imaging there. They're actualyl quite spectacular images. We've pulled up to within a metre of the edge of the cliff and you can see where portions of the cliff have started to fall into the crater.

That is the flight directors report for May 21st. Thankyou
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