Opportunity: Close-up on Joseph Collin deposit

4363-4364-MISols 4263-64, January 21-22, 2016. Opportunity’s Microscopic Imager made a two-sol portrait of the smooth, dark gray feature dubbed Joseph Collin, which appears to be a deposit of sand. Note the dimpled surface it shows. (To see the false-color Pancam view, go here.) Click image to enlarge.

Opportunity raw images, its latest mission status, a location map. and atmospheric opacity, known as tau.

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