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Curiosity sol 102 panorama: on the edge of Glenelg
Filed under pretty pictures, amateur image processing, Curiosity (Mars Science Laboratory), Mars
Following the sol 102 drive, Curiosity was at the edge of Glenelg and the "high-thermal-inertia unit" that attracted scientists to the spot. That unit is the flatter rock to the right; the rocks at left are likely of the type that Curiosity has been driving on since landing.
NASA / JPL / Ed Truthan
From unmannedspaceflight.com. The site/drive number is 50388.
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Original image data dated on or about November 18, 2012
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