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While investigating the lower rock layers (~500ft/150m) of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity used its #FocusMerge technology to obtain a clear closeup image of the sedimentary rock layers. It is believed that these layers were once part of a lake bed tens of millions of years ago. This #MAHLI co
How did Mars' Mount Sharp come to be? The answer, dear Watson, is sedimentary. youtu.be/oS99yR1cooE pic.twitter.com/QTyvBEfou3
Layers of Intrigue: Data show millions of years of lake sediment built Mars' Mt Sharp go.nasa.gov/1ucyTxo pic.twitter.com/i5I5yB2pc7
Meanwhile, back on the Red Planet. Tune in Monday for news from my mission. ustream.tv/NASAJPL pic.twitter.com/Xb9YO1TqB7
Congrats #Orion! We're one step closer to bootprints next to these rover tracks. #JourneyToMars pic.twitter.com/1l51sQwpMh
Pics I take on Mars get posted online. Some high-res, some thumbnail. Some B&W, others color: mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia… pic.twitter.com/uEVmaRe5YV
3 years ago, I left Earth for Mars. Wishing you safe travels this #Thanksgiving, too! go.nasa.gov/1zvjtZb pic.twitter.com/oMWvPB42ms
It's like potatoes, gravy & stuffing all right here. So many delicious science targets in easy reach. pic.twitter.com/yWQKC8exsE
Science is lovelier, the 2nd time around. Took a closer look at intriguing rocks. go.nasa.gov/1xTRdB0 pic.twitter.com/4peWpB8RW2
Having reached the base of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity captured this image of its rocky surroundings using its Right-side #MastCam on Sol 796 (2014-11-02 00:38:32 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo, no filters.
Orbiting scientist & great communicator. Nice working with you, @MAVEN2Mars go.nasa.gov/1u2VctT pic.twitter.com/Uw3gk1fhq3
It's a match! Drilling analysis confirms minerals mapped from Mars orbit go.nasa.gov/1GlItY6 pic.twitter.com/7gzEUrChxL
Meanwhile, back on Mars… Continuing my science walkabout. I got these pictures for you: go.nasa.gov/1G0vTgK pic.twitter.com/mauv8EfH0b
Parked at the foot of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity uses its Right-side 'B' #NavCam to image this dune-textured sea of wind blown sand on Sol 777 (2014-10-13 13:47:20 UTC). Instagram contrast enhanced photo.
Hope to catch a comet! Sun has set at Gale Crater; now's my best chance to observe #MarsComet Siding Spring. pic.twitter.com/ipWaKDSe2B
Stay safe @HiRISE @MAVEN2Mars @Mars_Orbiter Mars Odyssey! Peak dust from #MarsComet expected ~12:57pm-1:17pm PT pic.twitter.com/30l0bGz0nV
The #MarsComet Cometh! Closest approach to Mars today at 11:27am PT. Timeline, pics, info: mars.jpl.nasa.gov/comets/sidings… pic.twitter.com/ASj1RP1IXX
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That view tho MT @MarsRovers Look through Opportunity's eyes on Mars. Full-res+info go.nasa.gov/1xWz0kN pic.twitter.com/mTFbTW5Jou
Two sides of my home planet are joining together in exploration. Well done, @NASA + @isro! go.nasa.gov/1v1GYa8 pic.twitter.com/hVeW1hyztw
At the base of Mount Sharp (#AeolisMons), #Curiosity images an interesting junction of clean layered rock and sand dune. It is here that Curiosity will deploy its hammer drill to collect specimens for analysis. This image was taken by Left-side 'B' #NavCam on Sol 759 (2014-09-24 22:42:00 UTC)
More than a molehill in the mountain—my 1st sampling of the base of Mars' Mt Sharp go.nasa.gov/1usOFti pic.twitter.com/bFbB7qwthv