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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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Latest Blog Posts

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

Sunset behind Gale's western rim, Curiosity sol 587

Sunset behind Gale's western rim, Curiosity sol 587

Posted 2014/04/14 | 0 comments

A blue halo surrounds the just-set Sun in this 6-image mosaic taken by Curiosity on sol 587 (Aptil 1, 2014). The Sun has just set behind the tall western rim of Gale crater.

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.

Curiosity takes in the Kimberley, sol 589

Curiosity takes in the Kimberley, sol 589

Posted 2014/04/11 | 0 comments

Curiosity drove around to the eastern side of the science waypoint named "the Kimberley" on sol 589 (April 3, 2014). This view takes in the whole outcrop, including the striated-unit rocks in the middle ground. The outcrop is bounded by the three buttes of the Kimberley: from left to right, Mount Remarkable, Mount Christine, and Mount Joseph. The striated-unit rocks appear to dip in a number of directions; in the background, they run underneath a flat-lying layer, the middle unit of the Kimberley. In the foreground, interesting furrows seam the sandy soil.

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