Friday, October 06, 2006


I saw this on the BBC News website. The caption reads,
Reconnaissance Orbiter shows the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity near the rim of Victoria Crater. Victoria is an impact crater about 800m (half a mile) in diameter at Meridiani Planum near the equator of Mars. Opportunity is the dot at the centre of the zoomed image. (Nasa/JPL/UA)

This is the view from the rover.


Check out the astronomy picture of the day. Careful, it's a big picture.

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