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Patrick February 10th 04 08:17 AM

Opportunity Has Been Located in MGS MOC Images
 
Very nice, but where is the context picture that will tell us
where in Meridiani the rover is located?


Patrick

Henry Spencer February 10th 04 06:40 PM

Opportunity Has Been Located in MGS MOC Images
 
In article ,
Patrick wrote:
Very nice, but where is the context picture that will tell us
where in Meridiani the rover is located?


On the same web page.
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MOST launched 30 June; science observations running | Henry Spencer
since Oct; first surprises seen; papers pending. |

Patrick February 11th 04 06:59 PM

Opportunity Has Been Located in MGS MOC Images
 
,
Patrick wrote:
Very nice, but where is the context picture that will tell us
where in Meridiani the rover is located?


On the same web page.


Can you give a url for that? The first message in this thread
appears to have been removed from the archives at aol
and google.

All I see at marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov are two blowups of the crater
and another shot pulled back 400 yds.




Patrick

Henry Spencer February 11th 04 08:03 PM

Opportunity Has Been Located in MGS MOC Images
 
In article ,
Patrick wrote:
Very nice, but where is the context picture that will tell us
where in Meridiani the rover is located?

On the same web page.


Can you give a url for that? The first message in this thread
appears to have been removed from the archives at aol
and google.


It's over in sci.space.news, not in s.s.p.

http://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/.../09/index.html
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MOST launched 30 June; science observations running | Henry Spencer
since Oct; first surprises seen; papers pending. |


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