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Figure 5. Pancam false color image mosaic of the Moreton Island
outcrop on Murray Ridge, with the Tangalooma and Mount Tempest in situ
targets shown. These highly fractured rocks are impact breccias with
embedded rock clasts. For reference the outcrop with the two in situ
targets is approximately 0.25 m wide. Pancam images were acquired on sols
3494–3496, with bands centered at 0.753, 0.535, and 0.432 μm shown as
RGB colors. This band assignment is the same as other Pancam false color
data shown in subsequent figures. Mosaic available as