Roving ’round rugged rocks…

Opportunity is continuing her survey of “Marathon Valley”, high above the dune-rippled floor of Endeavour Crater. While I wait for a new batch of red, green and blue images to come back, here are the latest views of the side of the valley, and the pebble- and stone-strewn ground around her…

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2 Responses to Roving ’round rugged rocks…

  1. requalls2015 says:

    Thank you for the post. I get most of my unofficial Oppy news and pictures from you and The Planetary Society. I look forward to your next post.

  2. Chris Martin says:

    So Marathon Vally was supposed to be the panacea for Opportunity’s final goal, yet we have heard nothing about the clays that were supposed to reveal so much information about Mars’s past history. Where are the results?

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