Curiosity: Bypassing Bob Marshall Ridge

1099-bob_marshall-brSol 1099, September 9, 2015. As Curiosity advances into Bridger Basin, it is driving past a low rise, dubbed Bob Marshall Ridge, which lies to the right of the rover’s path. The ridge has multiple layers within it; the hills in the distance are part of Gale Crater’s northern rim. Click image to download larger version (1.4 MB file).

Sol 1099 raw images (from all cameras), and Curiosity’s latest location map.

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