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One Step Closer to Launch: Rocket Delivery
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Gazing across the landscape of the "Columbia Hills" in Gusev Crater on Mars, scientists saw hints of tilted rock layers across the area traversed by the Spirit rover.
Contemplating Rock Layers
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An Atlas 5 Rocket
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An Atlas 5 Rocket
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An Atlas 5 Rocket
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HiRISE Comparison
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This image shows rocky debris and dust, which planetary scientists call "regolith" or "soil," that has been churned up by the rover wheels.
Churned-Up Rocky Debris and Dust
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Opportunity used its panoramic camera to take the images combined into this mosaic view of the rover.
Opportunity Self-Portrait
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This view captured by Spirit called "Legacy" panorama, combines images taken between the landing site and the rim of "Bonnevile Crater."
Legacy Panorama on Spirit's Way to 'Bonneville'
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NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit took this image of the region near "Husband Hill."
Rover Tracks Near 'Husband Hill'
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This stunning image features the heat shield impact site of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Impressive Impact
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Opportunity found an iron meteorite on Mars, the first meteorite of any type ever identified on another planet.
Iron Meteorite on Mars
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This image from Opportunity's panoramic camera features the remains of the heat shield that protected the rover from temperatures of up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit as it made its way through the martian atmosphere.
Opportunity's Heat Shield in Color, Sol 335
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The high resolution imaging science experiment (HiRISE) is one of six science instruments for NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Telescopic Camera for Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Front End
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Opportunity captured this view of "Burns Cliff" after driving right to the base of this southeastern portion of the inner wall of "Endurance Crater."
'Burns Cliff' Color Panorama
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This stunning image mosaic of the "Columbia Hills" is the first 360-degree panorama taken since the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit arrived at the hills over a month ago.
'Cahokia' Panorama
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At a rock called "Clovis," the rock abrasion tool on Spirit cut a 9-millimeter (0.35-inch) hole. To the right of the drill hole is a "brush flower" of circles produced by scrubbing the surface of the rock with the abrasion tool's wire brush.
Deep Hole in 'Clovis'
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This false-color image taken by Spirit shows a group of darker rocks dubbed "Toltecs," lying to the southeast of the rover's position.
The Call of the Dark Rocks
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Taking Shape
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As Opportunity crept farther into "Endurance Crater," the dune field on the crater floor appears even more dramatic, as seen in this false-color image.
Endurance Crater's' Dazzling Dunes
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As Opportunity crept farther into "Endurance Crater," the dune field on the crater floor appears even more dramatic.
'Endurance Crater's' Dazzling Dunes
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This self-portrait of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity comes courtesy of the Sun and the rover's front hazard-avoidance camera.
Opportunity Catches its Shadow
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This view from the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's panoramic camera is a false-color composite rendering of the first seven holes that the rover's rock abrasion tool dug on the inner slope of "Endurance Crater."
False-Color View of a 'Rat' Hole Trail
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The pointy features, dubbed "Razorback," in this image may only be a few centimeters high but they generate major scientific interest.
The 'Razorback' Mystery
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This Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) image shows the interior of a typical crater in northern Acidalia Planitia. The floor is covered by material that forms an almost concentric pattern. In this case, the semi-concentric rings might be an expression of eroded layered material, although this interpretation is uncertain. The crater is located near 44.0°N, 27.7°W, and covers an area about 3 km (1.9 mi) wide. Sunlight illuminates the scene from the lower left.
Concentric Crater Floor
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