Just a quick catch post up this time – a look at some of the images Opportunity has been sending back since Sol 5000, which seems a long time ago now, doesn’t it?
Opportunity is slowly working her way down Perseverance Valley, studying rocky outcrops, free-standing stones and features in the landscape as she goes. She’s now trundling down the south fork of the valley, and enjoying great views of the crater floor and its opposite rim.
Let’s look at what she’s been seeing since our last update…
Note: Original images credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Cornell, additional processing by Stuart Atkinson