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        This mosaic was acquired by the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity from Sols 4995 - 4997 (February 11 - 13, 2018). Approximately 23 degrees wide at that the base with the rest of the mosaic being only 8 degrees wide, the Corrales outcrop is the large rock in the bottom right frame. NOTE: Missing data and other artifacts in this mosaic are the result of the images being acquired while the Opportunity rover was operating in "RAM mode". That is, because of issues with the rover's onboard Flash memory storage, sometimes data are stored directly in the rover's volatile RAM memory instead, and then downlinked to Earth. At the end of each sol of RAM mode operations, however, when the rover shuts down, all of that sol's data is erased. Thus, any missing images, missing color channels, or data transmission errors cannot be fixed by retransmitting the missing data the following sol, like we can do during Flash mode operations. Pancam's 753 nm, 535 nm, and 432 nm filters were used in this mosaic.  Three versions are provided at full resolution: an approximate true color rendering, a false color rendering which enhances the subtle color differences in the scene, and a stereo anaglyph for 3D viewing through red-blue glasses.


Jim Bell
Pancam Instrument Lead
May 29, 2018

Full Resolution Images
  Approximate true color
  Image size: 2930 x 1765
Image credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell/ASU
Image mosaicking: Jon Beans Proton, Jonathan Joseph, Emily Dean
Calibration and color rendering: CCC and the Pancam team (Jim Bell)
  False color
  Image size: 2930 x 1765
  Stereo Anaglyph
  Image size: 2930 x 1765
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