Curiosity update: Easy driving

NRB_611980678EDR_F0752332NCAM00272M_-br2Sols 2419-21, May 28, 2019, update by MSL scientist Dawn Sumner: We’ve left multiple tracks across the cobblestone plain of Glen Torridon. This image shows our current view to the northeast, with the slope of Mount Sharp on the right and the scarp of Vera Rubin Ridge on the left. Curiosity had a nice, long drive retracing our path back toward the southwest where we want to look at some rock layers in more detail. It’s always nice to look back on an area that taught you a lot while heading forward to answer new questions.

Today, we planned another 3 sols of activities for Curiosity. We start off sol 2419 with Mastcam images of “Scolty Bay” and “Tomintoul,” both of which we imaged on our way east on sols 2385 and 2363, respectively. We follow up with ChemCam analyses and Mastcam documentation images of “Hillhead”… [More at link]

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