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File:Opportunity Rover by HiRISE.jpg

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English: Opportunity Rover as seen by HiRISE. Image taken 1/29/09 at 2.1 South and 354.5 E.
Date 2009-06-6
Author Jim Secosky modified nasa image.


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This file was originally uploaded at en.wikipedia as Opportunity Rover by HiRISE.jpg, before it was transfered to Commons.

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2009-06-06 13:43:44 Jimmarsmars 63729 500×333 {{Information |Description = Opportunity Rover as seen by HiRISE. Image taken 1/29/09 at 2.1 South and 354.5 E. |Source = |Date = June 6, 2009 |Author = Jim Secosky modified na
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