Gazing into The Hole…

Oppy shows no sign of moving from in front of “Salisbury”, the exposed plate of light bedrock on the eastern side of Cape York that she rollesd up to over a week ago now. Instead, detailed studies of the interior of the rock are continuing, with Oppy taking close-up images of the surface of the rock through her microscopic imager. Here’s a 3D view of Salisbury, with RAT hole. It’s dark because it was taken not too long before local sunset, I think…

And here’s a detailed view of the Salisbury RAT hole, made by stitching together four different microscopic imager shots of it and then enhancing/sharpening the resulting image… you really need to click on it to see it properly…

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