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Ireson Hill, Curiosity sol 1590

Ireson Hill, Curiosity sol 1590

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NASA / JPL / MSSS / Damia Bouic

Ireson Hill, Curiosity sol 1590
Ireson Hill is a lonely mound to the south of the Murray Buttes. Dark-colored massive blocks of rock (likely of the Stimson formation) tumble down over colorful Murray mudstones. In the distance, similar buttes retain a more coherent dark capping rock.

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Original image data dated on or about January 25, 2017

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