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A black and white image of the crackly surface of Mars is splashed with bright colors representing the areas that are within reach of the instruments on the rover’s arm, or instrument deployment device.

Reachability map created by JPL's Multimission Image Processing Lab (MIPL) team to determine which points are reachable with the robotic arm. Colors represent which areas are within reach of the various science instruments.
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