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Locations of Curiosity's cameras

Locations of Curiosity's cameras

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Locations of Curiosity's cameras
Locations of all of Curiosity's cameras: the two Mastcams; Chemcam Remote Micro-Imager (RMI); the left and right Navcams (set A, used from landing, on top, and set B, used after the A-side anomaly, on the bottom); the left and right front Hazcams (in A-B-A-B order, so that pair A has a view that is shifted slightly to the right of pair B, but they overlap); and the left and right rear Hazcams (with pair A located on the port side and pair B located on the starboard side, so that pair A has a point of view shifted to the right with respect to pair B's point of view).

Figure 2 from the Mars Science Laboratory Software Interface Specification (PDF), available here.

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Original image data dated on or about August 6, 2012

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