Saying Goodbye to 'Bonneville' Crater

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PostPosted: April 6, 2004 3:18 PM 

NASAís Mars Exploration Rover Spirit took this panoramic camera image on sol 86 (March 31, 2004) before driving 36 meters (118 feet) on sol 87 toward its future destination, the Columbia Hills. This is probably the last panoramic camera image that Spirit will take from the high rim of "Bonneville" crater, and provides an excellent view of the ejecta-covered path the rover has journeyed thus far. The lander can be seen toward the upper right of the frame and is approximately 321 meters (1060 feet) away from Spiritís current location. The large hill on the horizon is Grissom Hill. The Colombia Hills, located to the left, are not visible in this image.

Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell

Victor Figueroa


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PostPosted: May 27, 2004 3:46 PM 

Hey!!
Is extrange almost all the stones have arrow form or something like that.

richard


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PostPosted: May 27, 2004 4:01 PM 

Victor
Welcome to the Mars rover forum! Yes the rocks are strange I do agree!
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Victor Figueroa


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PostPosted: May 27, 2004 6:14 PM 

Hey!!
Is extrange, the stones have arrow form. Just look with detail the picture.

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PostPosted: May 28, 2004 3:50 PM 

Victor. Here is a link to a discussion of an arrowhead rock in this forum
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Richard

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PostPosted: August 2, 2010 6:22 AM 

is there any winds in Mars?
are there any photos of night sky in Mars?




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