Sol 2114, July 18, 2018. The first of two Remote Micro-Imager photos taken about 20 minutes apart shows how far Curiosity’s drill got when it tried to dig into the hematite-rich rock at the Voyageurs site: Not far.
Then the ChemCam laser laid down a pattern of zaps, which blew out the tailings that had pooled in the shallow pit. When analyzed, the zaps may tell scientists more about the rock, including why it is so hard. Both images enlarge when clicked.
Sol 2114 raw images (from all cameras).