Bruce Murray Space Image Library

Half of Concepcion crater

Half of Concepcion crater
Half of Concepcion crater On sol 2,140 (30 January 2010), Opportunity had roved to the edge of a very fresh crater named Concepcion and begun to gather the images necessary for a full-color panorama. This part of the panorama includes half of Concepcion with its blocky ejecta. On the horizon are the hills formed by the raised rims of two distant craters, Endeavour (Opportunity's goal, still about ten kilometers away) and Iazu. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Cornell / color mosaic by James Canvin

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