We deployed the CMS CROZIER today to take advantage of an opening in the cloud layer.
During her first fly-over, the crew spied an unusual mountain formation in the center of a jagged crater. LT Metcalfe was able to snap some pics of a series of snow-covered obelisks near the peak. The arrangement was chaotic as we'd expect from such a storm-ravaged planet. But the size and shape of each is nearly identical - like two tendrils intertwined.
LCDR Busby was overcome by headaches and blurred vision during the flight and had to be relieved of duty pending a medical exam.