Saturday, April 28, 2018

Obligatory, 4.28.18

It has been a busy day.  Spent most of the day on the road, doing some errands.  There is still more to do, so that part hasn't been completed yet.

After I got back, I found a page that discusses the Mars Rovers.  Made a cool pic out of its route inside Gale Crater.

If you will note, the "sol" numbers go from top to bottom.  Top is north, so the Curiosity rover is moving south.

It has traveled a little over 11 miles.  Obviously, it is not going very fast.

Gale Crater is much bigger than this shows, so the 11 mile trek has barely scratched the surface of what can be explored.

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