Curiosity: Locating RMI’s ‘distant deposits’

1264-navcam-rmiSol 1264, February 25, 2016. The red boxes on two Navcam images outline the locations of two recent RMI mosaics seen here. Taken at long range by the rover’s Remote Micro-Imager, the mosaics show deposits far away to the north of Curiosity, near the foot of Gale Crater’s rim. The righthand box shows part of the Peace Vallis alluvial fan. In the foreground lie sand patches and the cap rock of the Naukluft Plateau. Click the image to enlarge.

Sol 1264 raw images (from all cameras), and Curiosity’s latest location.

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