Bruce Murray Space Image Library
A base map for Opportunity's travels
Filed under pretty pictures, Mars, Mars Exploration Rovers, Opportunity, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Opportunity's travels have taken it a long way. It landed in Eagle crater (almost invisible in this image) and rolled to Endurance (a tiny dark hole near the upper left corner). It moved on to Victoria, a fresh, sharp-edged crater that is visible above center, to the left of this image, with a prominent dark streaks fanning out of its northern rim. After Victoria, it traveled 12 kilometers more, down to the rim of Endeavour crater, at bottom center of this Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera photo.
NASA / JPL / MSSS
Cropped from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera image P01_001414_1780_XI_02S005W
Original image data dated on or about November 14, 2006
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