Sol 4706, April 21, 2017. After a 19-meter (62-foot) drive, the rover’s Pancam surveyed the ground ahead. The left arrow points to the start of Perseverance Valley, the right arrow indicates a bright outcrop of rock to investigate, and the center arrow points to an old and subdued crater.
At right is a foot-wide impact crater from a meteorite that struck with just enough force to push away the top regolith (Holger Isenberg false color). Click either image to enlarge it.