During the last week of Febraury, 2018, on Sol 4999 since landing on Mars (14 tears ago), Opportunity woke up at took a picture of the sunrise over the southeast rim of Endeavour crater. Opportunity then proceeded with its science activities here on the inner wall of Endeavour crater.
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Rover Field Reports from Mars
Status Reports for Perseverance rover at Jezero Crater Mars First 300 sols on Mars
L. Crumpler, Perseverance Science Team & New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Below is the latest update on progress of Perseverance and Ingenuity as they continue to explore the floor of Jezero Crater.
We have been busy traversing the floor of Jezero Crater and have collected several samples for eventual return to Earth as well as running the Ingenuity helicopter through its paces.. The geologic field mapping from the rover perspective has been challenging as the rocks are all very weathered and altered from being present during the very wet early history of Mars. Below are som summaries of important events
We will be doing at least one more sample on our way back past the landing site in the coming month. After that we will be exploring to the north as we make our way to the base of the delta. Stay tuned.