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Curiosity sol 11 update: Decision to drive to "the high thermal inertia unit" and what that means

17 Aug 2012, 23:06 UTC
Curiosity sol 11 update: Decision to drive to "the high thermal inertia unit" and what that means
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Some notes from this morning's Curiosity press briefing: the rover will be driving to "Glenelg" to investigate the "high thermal inertia unit." I explain what that means, with psychedelic Odyssey THEMIS images of the landing site.

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