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Views of Curiosity REMS boom 1, sol 1572

Views of Curiosity REMS boom 1, sol 1572

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Views of Curiosity REMS boom 1, sol 1572
In an effort to diagnose a problem with Curiosity's forward-facing wind sensor, engineers commanded the rover to use its arm-mounted MAHLI camera to take views of all sides of the sensor on sol 1572 (January 7, 2017).

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Original image data dated on or about January 7, 2017

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