Opportunity Imaging Small Crater As Anniversary Nears

Credit: Marco di lorenzo and ken kremer/cornell/nasa/jpl
Opportunity, the Mars Exploration Rover that landed in the Meridiani Planum on Jan. 25, 2004, has chosen a spot with a view to celebrate its seventh anniversary on the red planet. From the lip of the 80-meter (262-ft.) Santa Maria Crater (lower righthand image), Opportunity is using its mast-mounted...

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