Now you see the dust, and now you don’t

Now you see the dust, and now you don’t
Now you see the dust, and now you don’t This gif shows that dust on the floor of Endeavour has been whisked away, indicating there is wind activity at least on the floor of the crater. Initially HiRISE Principal Investigator Alfred McEwen, of the University of Arizona, interpreted that most of the fallout from the storm settled at latitudes higher than Opportunity's coordinates. “But since then, we have seen evidence for extensive dust fallout in some equatorial regions as well,” he said. NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona

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