Aerial view of Opportunity in Perseverance Valley

Aerial view of Opportunity in Perseverance Valley
Aerial view of Opportunity in Perseverance Valley Left: This image shows the western rim of Endeavour Crater and Perseverance Valley, with a thin yellow line representing Opportunity’s route around the top and into the feature, where the team on Feb. 16, 2018 celebrated its 5000th day of surface operations on Mars. This view overlays a HiRISE image over a topographic model with five-fold vertical exaggeration to better show shapes and morphological features. Right: The HiRISE image of Opportunity inside Perseverance Valley was taken in September 2018. Another was taken in November, but shows little visible difference, according to MER science team members. The square highlighting the rover is about one kilometer (a half-mile) across. Left: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Univ. of Arizona / WUSTL; Right: NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona

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