Curiosity update: ‘Time for SAM!’

RRB_492839665EDR_F0490814RHAZ00311M_-br2Sol 1075-1077, August 14, 2015, update from USGS scientist Ryan Anderson: We had another successful drive on sol 1074, putting us in a good position for the weekend! The main activity for the weekend is using the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument to analyze some of the recent drill sample that we collected. SAM activities will take up all of sol 1075. On sol 1076, we will use MAHLI to check on the health of our wheels, and SAM will do its Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) measurement on the sample. [More at link]

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