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Victoria is the large crater near the bottom of this map. In the browse view, the gold line traces Opportunity's path eastward then southward from "Eagle Crater," where it landed, to Endurance Crater, where it spent six months, and nearly to Victoria. The south end of the line indicates Opportunity's location as of the rover's 930th Martian day, or sol, (Sept. 5, 2006). Image credit: NASA/JPL/MSSS/Ohio State University
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