After climbing itself out of one big hole, NASA's Martian rover Opportunity
is ready for more.
A three-year journey has taken it to the edge of the huge Endeavour Crater. The crater is 14 miles in diameter and scientists hope it will provide a glimpse at Martian rocks never seen before. We put together a collection of some of the first shots sent back from the crater's edge, as well as the epic road trip that led Opportunity there.