Between 22:24:29 UTC and 22:22:32 UTC the Opportunity’s Pancam takes three images with narrow band filters in the three basic colors, from which it was possible to obtain this extraordinary true color image of these Martian rocks.
Although in this photo the rocks seem to have a grayish base color, contrary to the two photos shown in the two previous posts in which the base color was reddish, even here we observe the “usual” green-blue spots with curious textures, almost as if it were a kind of surface encrustation…
Unprocessed RGB HD image (raw): https://image.ibb.co/d4VM9x/Oppy_Sol5049_03.jpg
Original BN images:
Red (735nm with 20nm bandwidth)
13:31:11 LTST https://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/p/5049/1P576406832EFFD225P2352L2M1.HTML
Green (535nm with 20nm bandwidth)
13:33:27 LTST https://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/p/5049/1P576406972EFFD225P2352L5M1.HTML
Blue (432nm with 32nm bandwidth)
13:33:40 LTST https://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/p/5049/1P576406985EFFD225P2352L7M1.HTML
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