Opportunity: At the outcrop

1F510723127EFFCPCEP1212R0M1Sol 4309, March 8, 2016. Good afternoon lighting (about 1:40 pm, local time) brings out details and textures in a two-frame Navcam composite (below). The images were taken after the rover drove about two feet closer to the rocky outcrop. Click the image to enlarge.

At right, the ultra-wide-angle view by the Hazcam after the rover moved.

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


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