A snapshot of the image data from sol 590, as of April 10, 2014

A snapshot of the image data from sol 590, as of April 10, 2014
A snapshot of the image data from sol 590, as of April 10, 2014 Curiosity's sol 590 was on April 4, 2014, and included a few Hazcam and Chemcam images, some Mastcam calibration images, a few Navcam frames of sky and horizon, and then a gargantuan Mastcam panorama. Images were taken with both left and right eyes. The left-eye camera has a wider field of view than the right-eye camera, so those images were cropped to the height of the right-eye camera before being returned to Earth. As of April 10, most of the Mastcam image data had only been downlinked as tiny thumbnails; the majority of the full-resolution data remained on the rover, waiting to make its way into the queue for downlink. midnightplanets.com

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