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Curiosity Media Teleconference
05.30.13
 

Participants:

Jim Erickson, Mars Science Laboratory project manager, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.

Joe Melko, Mars Science Laboratory sampling activity lead, JPL

Joy Crisp, Mars Science Laboratory deputy project scientist, JPL




Melko - 1

This image depicts the location and size of the rover when it was driven into position for drilling into rock target › Full image and caption

Melko - 2

Concretions at 'Cumberland'› Full image and caption

Melko - 3

Intended drill hole on Mars› Full image and caption

Melko - 4


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Melko - 5

The Chemistry and Camera (ChemCam) instrument on NASA's Mars rover Curiosity was used to check the composition of gray tailings from the hole in rock target 'Cumberland' that the rover drilled on May 19, 2013› Full image and caption


Crisp - 1

'Point Lake' Outcrop in Gale Crater, Raw Color› Full image and caption

Crisp - 2

Wide view of 'Shaler' outcrop› Full image and caption

Crisp - 3

Outcrop called › Full image and caption


Erickson - 1

This map shows where NASA's Mars rover Curiosity landed in August 2012 at 'Bradbury Landing'› Full image and caption




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