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Looking back into Victoria crater

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

08-08-2008 20:00 CDT

Topics: pretty pictures, Opportunity, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars

...and here's another wonderful self-portrait silhouette by Opportunity.

Opportunity looks back at Victoria

NASA / JPL-Caltech

Opportunity looks back at Victoria
At the end of a drive on sol 1,613, Opportunity looked back at the sloping wall and interior of Victoria crater. The long afternoon shadow is attenuated even further by the sloping ground, making even the wheels cast long shadows.
 
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