This article is about the crater on Mars. For other uses, see Beagle (disambiguation).
Beagle is a crater lying within the Margaritifer Sinus quadrangle (MC-19) portion of the planet Mars, the crater is one of multiple topographical depressions within the Meridiani Planum extra-terrestrial plain, which was explored by the Opportunity rover. It was located by the rover in images taken on sol 855 (June 20, 2006), 310 metres (1,107 ft) away. It is on the edge of the much larger ejecta blanket surrounding the crater Victoria, named the Victoria Annulus. This impact crater was named in honor of the HMS Beagle of the Royal Navy, ordered in February, 1817. 
A navcam mosaic looking inside the crater Beagle on Mars. Taken on sol 898.
Other craters visited by Opportunity
- ^ "Mars Exploration Rovers Update: Spirit Completes Mission's Grandest Panorama, Opportunity Approaches Beagle Crater". Archived from the original on 29 August 2006. Retrieved 2006-08-25.