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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route maps (updated to sol 1369)

Filed under mapping, mission status, trajectory diagrams, Mars, Curiosity (Mars Science Laboratory)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route maps (updated to sol 1369) Philip Stooke is author of the Atlas of Mars Exploration. Volume 2 of the publication will include these maps of Curiosity's path, which he is sharing at unmannedspaceflight.com.

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These route maps are works in progress.

Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Landing to Twin Cairns Island (sol 0-343)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Landing to Twin Cairns Island (sol 0-343)
Visit this page for more route maps.
Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Bell River to Allan Nunatak (sols 344-384)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Bell River to Allan Nunatak (sols 344-384)

Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Panorama Point and following (sols 385-423)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: Panorama Point and following (sols 385-423)
Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: through Dingo Gap (sols 423-544)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: through Dingo Gap (sols 423-544)
Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #5: Violet Valley, Kylie, and the Kimberley (sols 545-608)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #5: Violet Valley, Kylie, and the Kimberley (sols 545-608)

 This map is an interim update.

Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: progress at the Kimberley (sols 572-608)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map: progress at the Kimberley (sols 572-608)

Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #6: Windjana and Robert Frost Pass (sols 603-669)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #6: Windjana and Robert Frost Pass (sols 603-669)
Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #7: Zabriskie Plateau (sols 668-744)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #7: Zabriskie Plateau (sols 668-744)

Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 1 (sols 751-802)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 1 (sols 751-802)
Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 2 (sols 799-864)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 2 (sols 799-864)

Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 3 (sols 864-911)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Pahrump Hills walkabout 3 (sols 864-911)

 

Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #8: Pahrump Hills (sols 743-974)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity Route Map #8: Pahrump Hills (sols 743-974)

Here is a zoomed-in look at the complex region around Marias Pass.

Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Marias Pass (sols 960-1099)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map: Marias Pass (sols 960-1099)

Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map #9: Marias Pass to Bagnold Dunes (sols 974-1192)

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map #9: Marias Pass to Bagnold Dunes (sols 974-1192)
Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map (in progress): Across the Naukluft plateau, sols 1167-1369

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Phil Stooke's Curiosity route map (in progress): Across the Naukluft plateau, sols 1167-1369

Original image data dated on or about December 14, 2015.

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Comments:

eltodesukane: 06/12/2015 07:48 CDT

It would be nice to have a full detailed Curiosity route map, like stitching together all those route maps.

zt: 09/27/2015 02:42 CDT

The kilometer marker in this image: http://planetary.s3.amazonaws.com/assets/images/4-mars/2015/20150121_location_sol_864.jpg says 10km, but the previous marker says 8km and next marker also says 10km, so I think it should say 9km.

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