Tag Archives: Ogunquit Beach

Curiosity update: Approaching the dune edge

Sol 1647-49, March 24, 2017, update by USGS scientist Ken Herkenhoff: The traction control test went well, and MSL drove over 30 meters on Sol 1646.  The rover will be busy this weekend with lots of remote sensing, arm work, … Continue reading

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Curiosity: Edge of Ogunquit Beach

Sol 1646, March 24, 2017. Curiosity drove about 30 meters (100 feet) to the east-northeast. This placed the rover close to the edge of a large sand patch where it can investigate the dune sand and dune ripples at the … Continue reading

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Curiosity update: Onward to Ogunquit Beach

Sol 1639, March 16, 2017, update by USGS scientist Ryan Anderson: Planning was challenging this morning because of some network issues at JPL, but the team figured out how to work around the problem and still managed to put together … Continue reading

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