The latest mosaic of Endeavour Crater
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As Opportunity gets ever closer to the rim of Endeavour crater the view of the rim on the horizon is getting ever more spectacular.
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A small mosaic looking back at Opportunities tracks across Meridiani
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The latest colour view of the hills of Endeavour Crater on the horizon. The large one on the right is Cape Tribulation which is near where Oppy is headed. Cape York, the actual destination, is to the left of that but unseen as yet as it is small and essentially inside the crater and therefore over the horizon from the current position. On the left the large hill is actually on the far side of Endeavour some 20km further away than the near rim.
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The tiny crater known as 'Gumdrop' after the Apollo 9 Command Module.
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Another colour mosaic of the hills of Endeavour crater that Opportunity is heading towards on the horizon.
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An image of a small crater named after the US space station Skylab taken on sol 2595.
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A few weeks back Opportunity passed a cluster of craters name after the Mercury capsules from the early days of the space age. Here are the pictures she took as she scooted past.
Sigma 7 -Sol 2585
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Friendship 7 - Sol 2586
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Freedom 7 - Sol 2587
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Another 100 sols has elapsed, and after the 100+ metre drive on sol 2600 it is time to update my large scale route map.
Opportunity has made record progress since sol 2500 which is all the more remarkable when you consider that she didn't leave Santa Maria crater until sol 2547! The last 50 sols have been stunning.
A colour panorama taken from the other side of Santa Maria crater than the first one. Shortly after this Opportunity left the crater and now, 50 sols later, is some 2.3km away!
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Eighth Resolution (1808 x 493) ( 192kB )