Curiosity: Sand ripples and thin bright veins

1173-navcamSol 1173, November 24, 2015. At the edge of the Bagnold Dunes, Curiosity’s Navcam shot a five-frame composite showing the scene to the south and west (above). Note the light veins threading through the rock in the left foreground. Below, the rocks next to the rover are heavily cracked and broken, with small ripples of sand in the gaps. (Click either image to enlarge; the view above is also available as 1.8 MB file here.)

Sol 1173 raw images (from all cameras), and Curiosity’s latest location.



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