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Mars Panorama - Curiosity rover Martian solar day 1065 - Stock image C598610

NASA s Mars Exploration Program Image credit NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS   Sol 1065  Curiosity Rover s Self Portrait at Buckskin Drilling Site This panorama combines 92 exposures taken by the rover s Mars Hand Lens Imager MAHLI during the Sol 1065 of Curiosity s work on Mars August 4 2015 .   Curiosity Rover have reached milestone 3 years on Mars As of today Sol 1065 August 4 2015 Curiosity has driven some 11 kilometers and taken over 256 000 amazing images. It’s been a great three years full of a number of important science discoveries. Check out this video and webpage for a summary of some of the top science results so far. To celebrate starting her 4 th year on Mars Curiosity is driving away from the Lion outcrop and back toward the Missoula outcrop. I feel like Curiosity has really grown up in these past couple of years and she’s acting like a true field geologist – quickly interpreting key science data and revisiting sites that will improve our understanding of the geologic history here. In today’s plan Curiosity will make a couple of final observations at Lion before driving away. In the morning we’ll acquire ChemCam and Mastcam on the target Moiese to look for chemical variations across the outcrop. Just before driving away we’ll take one last Mastcam image of the dump pile using all of the camera filters. Then we’ll drive back towards Missoula and take some Navcam images to prepare for ChemCam targeting in tomorrow’s plan. Keep on roving   Written by Lauren EdgarResearch Geologist at the USGS Astrogeology Science Center and a member of MSL science team   Other panoramas of Mars by Curiosity rover http //www.360cities.net/sets/curiosity-mars - Stock image Andrew Bodrov (360Cities)
GPS Position Mars Panorama - Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 1065;
Latitude: -89 deg 11' 22.810845984" S
Longitude: -174 deg 57' 21.395909484" S

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