Curiosity headed to ‘Dingo Gap’

Dingo Gap, a short ways to the west of Curiosity's current position. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech

Dingo Gap, a short ways to the west of Curiosity’s current position. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech

The Curiosity rover is going to take a slight detour to the west to cross through a gap between two rocky ledges, now nicknamed Dingo Gap (also “the chute”). The scenic feature was noticed a few days ago and there is a smooth-looking sand dune spanning the opening. Will be interesting to see up close! Then the journey southward to Mount Sharp continues…

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