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Damia Bouic

Damia Bouic

Damia Bouic (France) creates rover panoramas on her blog Marsrovers Images (in French). (UMSF member: Ant103)

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An evening that brought me very close to Curiosity

Posted 2013/02/15 09:00 CST | 3 comments

Damien Bouic received some well-deserved recognition from the Chemcam team for his great Curiosity image processing work.

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Latest Processed Space Images

Distant hills, a Curiosity postcard from sol 720

Distant hills, a Curiosity postcard from sol 720

Posted 2014/08/22 | 0 comments

Curiosity's telephoto camera (its right Mastcam) obtained this glorious view of the distant yardangs at the foot of Mount Sharp on sol 720 (August 16, 2014).

Navcam panorama of Mount Remarkable at the Kimberley, including planned drill location, sol 606

Navcam panorama of Mount Remarkable at the Kimberley, including planned drill location, sol 606

Posted 2014/04/24 | 0 comments

At the southern corner of the Kimberley, Curiosity approached the base of Mount Remarkable. The science team selected a location within this panorama to approach and drill.

Late-afternoon Navcam panorama at the Kimberley, Curiosity sol 593

Late-afternoon Navcam panorama at the Kimberley, Curiosity sol 593

Posted 2014/04/11 | 0 comments

In the afternoon of sol 593, Curiosity gazed back along the tracks she had made that day down the eastern edge of the Kimberley outcrops. In the background are the buttes named Mount Christine and Mount Joseph. In the distance, 40 kilometers away, is the northwest rim of Gale crater.

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