Curiosity: Vera Rubin Ridge, in part

1657-rmiSol 1657, April 4, 2017. With Curiosity parked at Ogunquit Beach, the Remote Micro-Imager’s far-seeing capabilities let mission scientists shoot a 10-frame composite of part of Vera Rubin Ridge (formerly named Hematite Ridge).  This is the next major scientific waypoint for Curiosity, but it will take months yet for the rover to reach it. For a larger version, click the image.

Sol 1657 raw images (from all cameras), and Curiosity’s latest location.

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