12 February 2017
Curiosity’s down from the top of the hill, and a bedrock target “Quoddy.” Mastcam will take an image to document the ChemCam data that was automatically collected at the end of the Sol 1605 drive, as well as a mosaic of an area called “Castine.” APXS will then do an overnight analysis on “Quoddy” and “Pogy.”
Sol 1607 is not too busy: the main activity is a short science block with atmospheric observations using Navcam, ChemCam, and Mastcam. Sol 1608 makes up for it though. It starts off with ChemCam of the targets “Cushing” and “Bucksport.” Mastcam will document those two targets and then do some multispectral observations of “Quoddy,” “Quimby,” and “Jemtland.” We will wrap up Sol 1608 with some workspace images and a MARDI image of the ground under the rover.
Dates of planned rover activities described in these reports are subject to change due to a variety of factors related to the martian environment, communication relays and rover status