Opportunity’s Horizon

This panorama was taken from the small impact crater left by the Opportunity Mars Rover’s impact. The crater is three meters deep and 22 meters wide. To the north east you can see the imprints left by the lander’s airbags and an outcrop of light colored rock. The rock looks substantial but in reality is no more than a couple of centimeters high.

Image courtesy of Mars Exploration Rover Mission, JPL, NASA

Opportunity’s Horizon

This panorama was taken from the small impact crater left by the Opportunity Mars Rover’s impact. The crater is three meters deep and 22 meters wide. To the north east you can see the imprints left by the lander’s airbags and an outcrop of light colored rock. The rock looks substantial but in reality is no more than a couple of centimeters high.

Image courtesy of Mars Exploration Rover Mission, JPL, NASA

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