“Panorama with Active Linear Dune”
This section of a panorama of the Bagnold Dunes (5.4°S, 137.8°E) is comprised of 115 images taken by the Curiosity Rover’s Mastcam on March 24th and 25th, 2017. You can see a dark sand dune as well as the Murray Bedrock in the foreground. On the right side you can see a vein of what is likely a variety calcium sulfate (either anhydrite, gypsum, or bassanite). The center is towards Mount Sharp, south east of the rover’s location.
The width of this image is about 1 km.