Monthly Archives: May 2010

The poetry of exploration…

Oppy isn’t moving much at the moment- she’s been taking a bit of a breather while her power levels were low – and she’s not sending back huge numbers of pictures either. But a few have come back, so time … Continue reading

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Scenery round-up…

Oppy isn’t exactly motoring at the moment, in fact she’s tootling along quite quietly. But that’s ok, because there have been a few things worth taking a look at in the past couple of days. First, this big chunk of … Continue reading

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A rock – and a faraway place…

Oppy has sent back some *proper* colour filter views again, yaay! This little fella looks interesting… Click on the image above and you’ll see lots of luvverly layers within that rock. And here’s a 3D view, showing dust dunes rippling … Continue reading

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NASA celebrates view of Endeavour Hills…

… I’m tempted to add “finally!” but I won’t… 😉 http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/features.cfm?feature=2586&rn=rovers.xml&rst=2586 So, what are we actually seeing now? I **think** this is how things are lining up, right now… Click to enlarge, as usual 🙂

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The in-depth, inside story…

Here at Road to Endeavour I really just scratch the surface of Oppy’s fascinating and exciting trek across the vast Meridiani plan towards Endeavour crater. If you want to know hard facts, to really get under the skin of Oppy … Continue reading

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