Opportunity: Jagged block of ejecta

1R467759463EFFCI39P1312R0M1Sol 3825, October 27, 2014. Opportunity is rolling uphill toward the south, away from Ulysses Crater, but higher on Cape Tribulation. Motoring in reverse, the rover’s right rear Hazcam catches a jagged chunk of rock (top; contrast adjusted), probably thrown out by the Ulysses Crater impact. The view from the front right Hazcam (below) looks downslope past the instrument arm toward the floor of Endeavour Crater.



1F467759411EFFCI39P1211R0M1Opportunity raw images, its latest mission status, and a location map.

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