Sol 526 Update On Curiosity From USGS Scientist Ken Herkenhoff: Dingo Gap

27 January 2014 The weekend activities went well, and lots of post-drive images were received, allowing planning of multiple arm activities on Sol 526. MAHLI and APXS observations of a rock named Reedy are planned, as well as MAHLI images of REMS hardware and the wheels. Then a drive of about 15 meters is planned, toward the chute that is now named Dingo Gap. Images of Dingo Gap taken after the drive will be used to determine whether the rover should continue in this direction.