Curiosity update: ‘Mercury transit’

RLB_482194234EDR_F0460000RHAZ00337M_-br2Sol 956, April 14, 2015, update from USGS scientist Ryan Anderson: With the last portion of the Telegraph Peak sample delivered to SAM and analyzed by APXS, we are ready to keep driving. In the sol 956 plan, there is a quick science block in the morning, to allow the rover to take a couple of Mastcam pictures of nearby boulders called “Waucoba” and Navcam pictures to complete the 360 degree panorama of the area. After that, we have a couple hours of driving, which should take us into a new “quad” on our… [More at link]

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