Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

The MRO is sending back some spectacular images, like this one from Terra Sirenum. Go to the web site and check them out. A few days ago they released a shot taken from 150 miles up of the Opportunity Rover on the lip of Victoria Crater. The hi-res image shows tire tracks from the probe and the shadow of the camera boom on the Martian sand.


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Todd lives in the Pacific Northwest, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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