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Mars 2020 Rover Open Belly

Mars 2020 Rover Open Belly

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Mars 2020 Rover Open Belly
This image taken on 1 June 2019 shows the exposed belly of the Mars 2020 rover, inverted to allow technicians easier access. The front of the rover is on the left. The wiring being inspected is directly above MOXIE. In the foreground, just to the left of center and distinctive because of the relative lack of wiring, is the body unit for SuperCam. To the far left, covered by a red-colored shield, is the bay for the Adaptive Caching Assembly (ACA).

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