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Curiosity sol 102 panorama: on the edge of Glenelg

Curiosity sol 102 panorama: on the edge of Glenelg
Curiosity sol 102 panorama: on the edge of Glenelg Following the sol 102 drive, Curiosity was at the edge of Glenelg and the "high-thermal-inertia unit" that attracted scientists to the spot. That unit is the flatter rock to the right; the rocks at left are likely of the type that Curiosity has been driving on since landing. NASA / JPL / Ed Truthan

From unmannedspaceflight.com. The site/drive number is 50388.

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