Curiosity: Peering into Aberlady drill hole

2378MH0007740010900199C00_DXXXSol 2378, April 15, 2019. The rover’s Mars Hand-Lens Imager (MAHLI) peered into the Aberlady drill hole and saw tailings inside and out. In addition, it recorded the light-toned layer partway down the hole. Its composition — gypsum? — and origin remain so far undetermined. Some of the white flecks among the tailings and on the rock surface are likely bits of this layer. Click the image to enlarge it.

Sol 2378 raw images (from all cameras).

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