Sol 3901, January 14, 2015. The rover is parked on the summit of Cape Tribulation while its Pancam continues shooting frames for its multi-band panorama. This composite, assembled by Holger Isenberg using filtered Pancam frames, shows (on the horizon) the profile of Iazu Crater, which lies about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the rover’s location. Born in a meteorite impact, Iazu has a diameter of about 7 kilometers (4.4 miles). But it is surrounded by a blanket of debris ejected in the impact that extends to a diameter of 10 to 15 km.
The above shows Iazu’s profile stretched 3:1 vertically to emphasize the crater’s rim details. (Endeavour’s rim segments lie in the foreground.) Click on either image to load a larger version in a new browser tab.