The Perseverance Rover on Sol 99
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This image was taken by the Perseverance Rover’s Left Navcam on May 31st, 2021 (18.38°N 77.58°E). You can see patches of rocks and sand along with many signs of water and aeolian based erosion. The Perseverance Rover has traveled 0.45 km since landing on Mars in February and still has around 3 kilometers until it reaches the edge of the delta in West Jezero Crater. This means that, depending on the path it takes, it will probably be in early 2023 when the rover reaches its primary destination.