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You are looking at composited images. Your next assignment is to abandon the composite and find the source images before proclaiming that there are no signs of tracks.
At first I thought of some on board experiment,but there are no signs of tracks from Curiosity going anywhere near this area.
While everyone was looking at rocks, I was looking at this.
What am I looking at here??
At first I thought of some on board experiment,but there are
no signs of tracks from Curiosity going anywhere near this area.
Let the speculation begin.
reply to post by jeep3r
That's why I said I was hoping they would choose that path, it's much more interesting from a geological point of view, as all those layers represent different stages of the "life" of lake.
That thin, darker layer looks like silt, for example.
NASA's Curiosity Rover Seeks Smoother Road to Reduce Wheel Damage
Curiosity's handlers are driving the 1-ton rover more cautiously now and are checking the condition of its wheels frequently, NASA officials said. The rover team is also considering sending Curiosity over a 3-foot-tall (1 meter) sand dune soon to access a potentially smoother, less rocky route to its ultimate science destination, the foothills of the towering Mount Sharp.
@jeep3r is that an asphalt layer? on hardcore?