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Oblique view of the Eberswalde delta topography

Meander in Eberswalde

A topo map of Holden crater

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 2 – Mawrth

Proposed landing ellipse in Eberswalde

The Eberswalde site is interesting because it is unarguably the best example of a delta on Mars. It is in a small crater that was partially obscured by the ...

Eberswalde ...

Future work for Mawrth was to figure out the timing of the formation of the stratigraphy and the mineralogy, and just generally getting a better grasp on ...

A thermal inertia map of the Gale Crater ellipse. I love how the alluvial fan pops right out in the thermal data!

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 2 – Holden Crater

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 3 - Final Discussion - Martian Chronicles - AGU Blogosphere

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Fossil 'River Delta' in Eberswalde

Greens are phyllosilicates, blue and magenta are sulfates, red is olivine, and orange is mixed sulfates and clays. The landing site ...

Curiosity's 4 Candidate Landing Sites

Map of the eight proposed landing sites for the Mars 2020 Rover. Image Credit:

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 3 - Engineering and Safety - Martian Chronicles - AGU Blogosphere

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 2 - Mawrth - Martian Chronicles - AGU Blogosphere

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 3 - Engineering and Safety

4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 1

Gale crater, the landing site for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission. The ellipse indicates the intended landing area on an alluvial fan.

Landing site candidates - Mars rover Curiosity to seek answers (images) - Pictures - CBS News

The 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop: Day 3 - Final Discussion - Martian Chronicles - AGU Blogosphere

The final four landing sites for MSL. Image courtesy Matt Golombek.

Top: An HRSC topographic map of the crater. Middle: A THEMIS thermal inertia map of the crater. Brighter areas are rockier, darker areas are dustier.

Curiosity, or Mars Science Laboratory

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Pahrump Hills as viewed by the Curiosity rover (2014).

Finalists From Second Landing Site Workshop

MSL to Land at Gale Crater

Curiosity ...

2 nd Mars 2020 Landing Site Workshop August 4, 2015 Exploring the Volcanic, Alteration

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The white ellipse denotes Curiosity's landing zone. Click here for ...

Workshop task

Eberswalde Crater. Credit: NASA/JPL

Credits: (Graphic) Val Altounian/ Science ; (Data) NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

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Landing Sites Under Consideration for the Mars 2020 Rover

Ancient Channels Near Mawrth Vallis

Mars Climate Sounder Watches Mars Weather to Prepare for Curiosity Landing

2 Golombek & Grotzinger's Guide to MSL ...

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Aeolis Mons rises from the middle of Gale Crater - Green dot marks the Curiosity rover

Peace Vallis and related alluvial fan near the Curiosity rover landing ellipse and landing site (noted by +).

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Science Goals MSL's primary scientific goal is to explore a landing site as a potential habitat

It's not only when trying to find a scientifically interesting place to land that the high

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Hydrogen-rich area detected at 'Marias Pass" on Mars by Curiosity.[

Candidate landing sites on Mars

This map shows the route driven by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity through the 1598 Martian day, or sol, of the rover's mission on Mars (February 03, 2017).

Topographic map of Holden Crater

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A self-portrait of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./Arizona State Univ.

Curious rock structures (biological or geological?) (Curiosity, January 2, 2018

Mawrth Vallis. Credit: NASA/JPL

Landing Sites, NASA/JPL

2. Eberswalde Crater

Broad Perspectives on Preferred Types of Mars Science Laboratory Landing Sites: Experience from Characteristics of. 2 Golombek & Grotzinger's Guide to MSL ...

A.1. Agenda and list of contributed abstracts

Curiosity rover (center bright blue) on Mount Sharp viewed from space by MRO (

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Curiosity's landing site - Blue oval marks "Base of Mount Sharp" (August 17

NASA's Next Mars Rover to Land at Huge Gale Crater

41 Golombek & Grotzinger's Guide to MSL Landing Sites Layered Sedimentary Rocks –Extensive Section, Intact Stratigraphy, Known Geologic Setting - Related to ...

Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM)

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Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) (4th rock portion) (April, 2013)

2015 events

The NE Syrtis Major site (second from the bottom) has a wide range of diversity. This chart is a draft and may change as the diversity of other sites is ...

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MSL's Seven Minutes of Terror, a NASA video describing the landing.

Artist's conceptIon of Curiosity being lowered from the rocket-powered descent stage.

Gale Crater stratigraphy. Image courtesy Matt Golombek. The actual landing ...

MSL's debris field on August 17, 2012 (3-D versions: rover ...

(a) Crater with dissected ejecta and superimposed inverted paleochannel (arrow) (23.7° S, 32.05° W, 3.9 km in diameter, 99 km from the Holden rim).

NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, also known as the Curiosity Mars rover, is a huge six-wheeled robot the size of a small car. The nuclear-powered rover won't ...

MSL self-portrait from Gale Crater sol 85 (October 31, 2012).

Key Questions for Deciding on the Mars 2020 Rover's landing Site

Example ellipses of operations at a go-to site (North

LRO Revisits Apollo Landing Sites

Layers, Bedrock Ridges, and Dark Sand in Schiaparelli Crater. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona