Keep on trackin’

Keep on trackin’
Keep on trackin’ Near the end of May 2017, Opportunity used her Pancam to take the frames that went into this view, which Stuart Atkinson processed into this image. In coming weeks, Opportunity will continue to make tracks around the upper area of Perseverance while the MER scientists hunt for clues that will reveal how this ancient geological feature formed some 3.7 to 4 billion years ago. For now, no one’s betting on any one theory. “It’s too early,” said MER Principal Investigator. “The thing to do at this point is to keep an open mind and just let Mars tell the story.” NASA / JPL-Caltech / Cornell / ASU / S. Atkinson

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