Curiosity update: ‘A dog’s eye view at Missoula’

1030ML0045000040305535E01_DXXXSol 1031, June 30, 2015, update from USGS scientist Lauren Edgar: Today we planned some MAHLI imaging along the contact near the “Missoula” target [the ledge in the image at right].  We refer to it as a dog’s eye mosaic, meaning that we use the MAHLI camera to take a series of images along a vertical face – essentially sticking our nose in there to get a good view.  Hopefully it will provide a good perspective on the contact between the Stimson and Pahrump units!  The plan also includes several ChemCam observations along the contact, at targets named “Selow,” “Clark,” and “Wapiti.”  We planned these as vertical transects to characterize any changes in chemistry from the Pahrump… [More at link]

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