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The rock outcrop "Jibsheet" is in the foreground, and the Sun appears about two-thirds of the size it would be on Earth. The crater wall is 50 mi. distant, across the Gusev floor. Controllers acquired the image on May 19 as part of a study of the planet's atmosphere, using sunset and twilight lighting to gauge how high dust extends and to seek clouds of dust and ice.
Originally posted by Souljah
So - when is the First Tourist Flight for Mars?