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Acquire at least one RGB and at least one stereo 360摥杲敥 panoramic image of each landing site with
the Pancam. Image one exposed rock that is also analyzed by another instrument.
One of these per rover, in RGB color (L2: 753 nm, L5: 535 nm, and L6: 483 nm)
and stereo (R2: 754 nm), is called for by the formal MER Level 1 Mission Success requirements
From its new location at the inner edge of the small crater surrounding it, the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity was able to look out to the plains where its backshell (left) and parachute (right) landed. Opportunity is currently investigating a rock outcropping with its suite of robotic geologic tools. This approximate true-color image was created by combining data from the panoramic camera's red, green and blue filters.