|The large rock seen in the background of this image is Yogi. The front right
rock has been plowed by the rover, and deformation by the rover wheel is
||The same rock seen at lower right in the previous image is seen here with
a rover wheel in the foreground for comparison.
||This area of soil in front of Yogi will be investigated by the Alpha Proton
||This image of Yogi was taken in poor lighting conditions. Scientists have
planned to image Yogi in better light in order study its texture close up.|
|This red color image of the rover wheel was taken prior to soil mechanics
||This is a red-color image of the rover wheel and the indentation that the
wheel has made on the soil.
||The APXS is shown in the end of Sol 4 image of the rover placed against
the soil at the base of Yogi.
||A portion of the color "monster panorama" showing the front (or
left) ramp and part of the low-gain antenna.|
|Here we see Wedge and Flat Top imaged in color as part of the "monster
||A color version of the image of the rover as it left the rear (or right)
||Yogi in the background of the image. The light colored rim of material in
front of Yogi may possibly be evaporation deposits from ancient water puddled
on the surface.
||In the foreground are the airbags, and to the left are more hypothesized
|Casper, the light colored rock in the middle left of this image, is a prime
target for the APXS. The disturbed soil in the lower right of this image
was caused by the retraction of the airbags.
||Rocks and intersting textures of the Martian surface are imaged above.
||The large rock to the upper right of the airbags in this image, appears
to be riddled with many cracks.
||The Atmospheric Structure/Meterology Instrument mast is standing straight
up in this image. The wind socks are hanging vertically, indicating that
the winds are light. ASI/MET scientists report that winds measurements have
yet to exceed 10 mph. The apprent offset of the mast in this image is caused