MSL SOL101 (SKY)
The kind of mosaic not common: the Martian sky!Here on almost 180 ° angle of view, with the zenith above, at the crossroads of images. The Sun itself is located on the left.
MSL SOL 102-103 (NAVCAM)
Curiosity finally reaches Glenelg after a journey lasting a month. Very interesting things await us. Notice how the field differs from what the rover had crossed the last 100 days
MSL SOL 106 (MASTCAM)
Finally the pan Mastcam34, which will be a complete 360 °! The view is beautiful and already offers a beautiful point of view of Glenelg in all its colorful diversity. Note: panoramic still incomplete, the full resolution will be produced once all the images acquired and assembled.
MSL SOL 107-109 (MASTCAM)
We are closer to Glenelg. The rock seems to totally replace the dusty ground here, with very large plates flush
MSL SOL 109 (MASTCAM)
MSL SOL 110 (MASTCAM)
MSL SOL 110 (MASTCAM) UPDATE
MSL SOL 111-112 (NAVCAM)
Curiosity is placed on top of a rock plate for forthcoming analysis