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Muir of Ord, Curiosity sol 2350

Muir of Ord, Curiosity sol 2350

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NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS / Emily Lakdawalla

Muir of Ord, Curiosity sol 2350
An unusual, fractured block of rock named Muir of Ord attracted the attention of Curiosity team geologists on sol 2350 (17 March 2019), as they were performing their first traverse of the clay unit in Glen Torridon. The rock is approximately 40 centimeters wide.

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Original image data dated on or about March 17, 2019

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